The new Steam Deck OLED by Valve is not the Steam Deck 2, but a mid-cycle refresh with significant internal upgrades. It features a new OLED screen with HDR support, smaller bezels, and a peak brightness of 1000 nits. The battery life has also been improved, lasting 30-50% longer and charging faster. The custom AMD APU is more efficient, and the device is slightly lighter with better heat management. Despite these improvements, the device remains large and bulky, similar to its predecessor. In use, the OLED display looks fantastic with improved visuals and responsiveness. The battery life and heat management have been significantly improved, and it also features new Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3 modules. However, it is still more suitable for in-home use rather than travel due to its size. The Steam Deck OLED will be available for purchase on November 16th, with prices ranging from $400 to $680 for different storage capacities. According to Valve, this is the definitive version of the Steam Deck, with significant improvements that make it a worthy upgrade.
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