For some months we have been able to enjoy Steam Deck, an attempt by Valve to enter the world of portable consoles with a very interesting machine, where we can not only play our Steam games; but we can also modify it at will and add the operating system we want. Although the latter is not entirely recommended.
When we buy a device, be it a mobile phone, a laptop or a console, as in this case, we want it to be durable and not break on the first fall; especially since it is something relatively “fragile” and can be transported from one place to another, such as the Steam Deck. Today we will leave doubts about its durability.
Steam Deck is pushed to its limits, is it durable or does it break just by looking at it?
Through user testing JerryRigAll and shared on YouTube, we came to the conclusion of the Steam Deck’s good features and materials, albeit in some situations such as scratches; it might not go very well. However, he is able to withstand the fire of a lighter on his screen.
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