The exciting forthcoming Steam Deck handheld gaming PC won’t glean extra power when docked, Valve has revealed.
The word comes from Valve designer Greg Coomer who said the company considered boosting the power when the console was in TV or monitor mode, but ultimately decided against it.
The soon-to-be-rival Nintendo Switch natively offers higher resolution gaming than when played in handheld mode. In TV mode gamers can expect 1080p HD gaming via HDMI, but only 720p in mobile scenarios.
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