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Valve is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its Steam Deck handheld gaming PC with the first every sale on Steam Deck hardware. Prices are 10% off across the board from now until 10AM Pacific time on March 23rd, 2023.

That means the entry-level model with 64GB of eMMC storage that normally sells for $399 is now available for $359. Want a 256GB SSD instead? The price has dropped from $529 to $476. And the top-tier 512GB model is now selling for $584 rather than $649.

The Steam Deck was already one of the most affordable handheld gaming PCs around, and despite shipping with the Linux-based SteamOS rather than Windows, it’s also better supported by its manufacturer than any other model I’m aware of.

But if you’re willing to pay more for higher-performance hardware, a number of other handhelds are also on sale at the moment, including models with Intel Core i7-1260P or AMD Ryzen 7 6800U processors.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Handheld gaming PCs

Other PCs

Downloads & Streaming

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  1. The surface pro X with 16GB of RAM costs $560 or $700 after shipping and import duty to the UK. That’s about £580. The same tablet with 512GB of storage (we don’t get 256GB for some reason) through Amazon UK is £750.

  2. Well it looks like Valve just killed all those other clone wannabes and steamrolled the competition. Because those are must get prices for an excellent platform and a vendor who supports Linux to boot.

    1. It’s hard to say how Valve feels about competition. In the early days of the Steam Deck, they suggested they wanted other PC OEMs to take over, and they would focus on the software and ecosystem. However, I haven’t heard a word about that since.