The premiere of the Steam Deck console, which has been postponed to February, is undoubtedly one of the most important events of the beginning of this year in the gaming industry. No wonder that any new information about this equipment is treated with great interest.
One of the interviews with an anonymous developer who had the opportunity to use the Steam Deck console before its premiere brings such news. According to his reports, the battery is to allow for 2 to 5 hours of operation of the device without recharging – a lot depends, of course, on the load on the processor and graphics system.
The interlocutor also points to the very efficient operation of the resumption of the game at any point, while the loading times of games placed on the SD card and SSD drive are to be very similar, and the user will not notice any difference during the game.
Interestingly, the interlocutor points out that the several-month delay in the Steam Deck premiere did not have to be related only to problems with the delivery of components to the console. According to him, the SteamOS system also needs to be properly refined, and an additional few weeks should allow for the elimination of most of the problematic bugs.
At the same time, we invite you to listen to the latest episode of the podcast Technically Thing Taking. This time we talked about an unusual invention of Polish engineers – a mechanical clone, faithfully reproducing the human body. Is it ethical and for what purpose do they do it?