Asked About Standalone VR Headset, Valve Says Steam Deck Hardware is ‘very relevant to our future plans’

During a Steam Deck hands-on event, Valve was asked about the possibility of seeing Steam Deck’s custom AMD processor in a standalone VR headset. While the company didn’t confirm anything outright, they said the Steam Deck hardware could certainly be a good match for a standalone VR headset. The Verge‘s Sean Hollister published an extensive hands-on with Steam …


via Sean Hollister / Twitter: I have held and played the Steam Deck. It is ginormous compared to a Nintendo Switch. I did not necessarily mind that.— Sean Hollister (@StarFire2258) August 6, 2021

via Justin Diaz / Android Headlines: The Steam Deck: Everything You Need To Know - Updated August 18, 2021

via Mike Fahey / Kotaku: Steam Deck Is Valve's Answer To The Switch, Out In December

via Tom Warren / Twitter: Valve just announced a handheld Steam Deck. It has a 7-inch display, an AMD quad-core Zen 2 CPU, RDNA 2 graphics, and 16GB of RAM. It runs on a new version of SteamOS (Linux) and will start at $399 when it ships in December— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) July 15, 2021