They admit that with current technology they did not consider it, but maybe in a couple of years they can offer something better.
There is little left for Steam Deck to reach homes around the world, the new portable platform created by Valve that will be able to run pc games that you have available in the library of the aforementioned digital store. And, although the initial model is not yet on the market, since the signing of Gabe Newell they are already looking to the future and rambling on a possible version of the system that runs at 4K in portable mode.
They have talked about it Greg Coomer and Lawrence Yang, Valve Product Designers, on an interview awarded to the Rocket, Paper, Shotgun medium. Of course, with this peripheral they have high hopes and point out that it will be a product that will have a long life, so they have talked about the use of 4K technology on the screens, after a question from the aforementioned portal in reference to the rumored new version of Nintendo Switch.
From Valve they say they are very satisfied with the current model of the consoleAlthough they say that they never considered that the first Steam Deck model included 4K technology on its screen, and that they are truly happy with what their product offers, since is at “a sweet spot between screen size and readability”. But they also say that “probably something will come in the future.” Now it was a question of balance and they are satisfied with the point they have reached. But “in a year or two we may have something that is more feasible,” referring to 4K displays.
Steam Deck will begin shipping from next December. If you want to know in depth everything that this new system offers, we leave you this report in which we thoroughly break it down and tell you all its keys.
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