Every so frequently we see a concept for a PC handheld from some setup that promises to revolutionise movable gaming but theyve yet to liberate at a tasteful cost let alone take on broadly. That could change later this year with Valves Steam Deck a movable gaming PC that cant help but look like a Nintendo Switch albeit without detachable controllers. This beastly handheld is powered by a manner AMD Zen 2 CPU and RDNA 2 GPU with a meaty 16GB RAM and SSD storage within plus microSD card support. The 7in 1280x800 screen isnt super high-res but as weve seen with the Switch games can quiet look pretty big on a smaller show like this. It has natural and touch controls and is consistent with the whole Steam library Valve says - so even flashy 3D games like Doom Eternal and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order should run well here. Itll set at US$399 (almost £289) for a rendering with a 64GB SSD while renderings with speedier 256GB and 512GB NVMe SSDs will cost a bit more while otherwise care analogy on specs. The Steam Deck sets rolling out in December.