Valve has been ramping up production of its Steam Deck handheld gaming PC throughout the year, and while there were long wait times when the portable computer went on sale earlier this year, the wait times are getting shorter and shorter.

Steam Deck

Meanwhile other companies making handheld gaming computers are releasing new details about upcoming devices. GPD is showing off the backlit keyboard on the upcoming GPD Win 4, as well as revealing that it will be one of the first devices of its type to have a display that has a native landscape orientation (small screens often default to portrait mode). And One Netbook says its first ONEXPLAYER handheld with an AMD Ryzen 7 6800U chip is on the way.

Here’s a roundup of recent tech news from around the web.

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One reply on “Lilbits: Handheld gaming PCs, iPhone 14’s repairability improvements, and Google Tensor G2 chip details”

  1. I feel like the Steam Deck is now a mainstream product. Most of it’s rough edges from it’s pre-release and early days have been polished.

    Valve would be wise to do a November campaign and manufacture and sell as many units as possible aimed at the mainstream “console buying” people. Just in time for Christmas. I think selling an additional 10 Million units in that short period is definitely possible and in line with other consoles.

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