Valve is the latest company to open up its device.
Hardware teardown videos have become so popular, it’s got to the point where companies like Microsoft and Sony are now making official ones or are sharing a closer look in a controlled environment. It seems as if it’s an attempt to reduce the number of people doing this sort of thing with their own system, or posting similar videos online.
The latest one to join this trend is PC gaming giant, Valve – with an official teardown of its new handheld device, the Steam Deck. It reveals the many components – including replaceable thumbstick and SSD, while strongly advising users not to do this with their own models. In saying this, it also states how the consumer has “every right to open it up” and do what they want.
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