May 18, 2024

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iVoler releases its own Steam Deck in case there is no official base

iVoler releases its own Steam Deck in case there is no official base

When Valve revealed the Steam Deck to the world, Many players were interested in the possibility of using it in both desktop and mobile modes, Something that basically allows PC users to use Valve’s laptop As if it were a Nintendo Switch.

Unfortunately, Valve has delayed its official Steam Deck platform, forcing consumers to look for third-party solutions, Something iVoler benefited from With its new Steam Deck dock. This dock comes with interesting features, such as its compatibility with 4K 60Hz displays, Plus the ability to connect up to 3 USB 3.0 devices.

Geeknetic iVoler launches its own Steam Deck in the absence of an official platform 1

It is a powered dock, which also allows the Steam Deck to be charged thanks to the 65W USB-C PD3.0 connector which will be able to provide all the power needed for all the devices connected to the dock. As you might expect, this will generate some heat, something that should be easily dissipated by the dock. Thanks to the open back, which does not restrict the entry and exit of air into the console’s cooling system.

The iVoler dock has arrived at $35.99 in the US, Although the price you will get in Spain if you get here is unknown.

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