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SAVE UP TO $129.80: As of June 30, Valve’s handheld PC gaming console Steam Deck(opens in a new tab) is on sale for $359.10 (64GB), $449.65 (256GB), or $519.20 (512GB) at Steam. That’s a savings of up to 20%.
Maybe you’ve been eyeing Valve’s Steam Deck, a handheld PC gaming console, for a while now, hoping to finally lock in the item when it goes on sale. If so, we have great news: all three storage-size configurations of the Steam Deck are now discounted as part of the Steam Summer Sale.
As of June 30, you can get your very own Steam Deck(opens in a new tab) for up to 20% off. The 64GB model is now retailing for $359.10 (down from $399); the 256GB model for $449.65 (down from $529); and the 512GB model for $519.20 (down from $649). This popular item doesn’t often go on sale, so this discount is definitely worth a second look. For reference, the Steam Deck was last on sale in March, but for only 10% off across the board. All things considered, we think now is a good time to invest in this gaming gadget (if you don’t own one already).
Mashable Senior Games Reporter Adam Rosenberg praised the Steam Deck’s game performance, lightweight/comfortable feel, and impressive visual experience. All the Steam models come with a carrying case, and the 512GB version features premium anti-glare etched glass. Take your Steam Deck with you anywhere so you never have to go without Hogwarts Legacy, Elden Ring, Resident Evil 4, and more.
Stacia Datskovska is an NYU journalism major (graduating this December). Her work has appeared in USA Today, Boston Globe, Teen Vogue, HuffPost, Bustle, and more. When she’s not writing something or other, Stacia can be spotted crying over poetry, making a home-cooked meal, or walking on an NYC pier. For her more half-baked thoughts: @staciadats on Twitter.