David´s Steam Deck

In the world of computers, we face the choice between convenience and power. The Steam Deck, a compact handheld device that runs Windows, tries to balance both, but it is not perfect for everyone. Here, we analyze the Steam Deck and compare it to traditional laptops.

Pros of Steam Deck:

Portable: The Steam Deck is small and easy to carry, making it suitable for people who are always on the move.

Convenient for daily tasks: The Steam Deck is great for tasks like accounting, web browsing, and other computer activities. Its small size allows for multitasking and it has a USB-C port for easy charging.

Cons of Steam Deck:

Lack of power for gaming: The Steam Deck falls short in gaming compared to traditional laptops. It lacks processing power and graphics, resulting in a slow and laggy gaming experience. It also gets hot while playing games.

Limited peripherals: To use other devices like a mouse, keyboard, and screen, one must buy a hub, which can be inconvenient.

Pros of traditional laptops:

Power for gaming: Gaming laptops like the GForce GTX 1660 Ti have the processing power and graphics for a smooth gaming experience.

More versatile: Traditional laptops have a wider range of ports and peripherals, making them more versatile for various tasks.

Cons of traditional laptops:

Weight: Laptops can be heavy and inconvenient to carry for extended periods of time.

In conclusion, the Steam Deck is portable and convenient for daily tasks, but lacks power for gaming. Traditional laptops offer more power for demanding tasks, but are heavy and less convenient. Alternatives like the One X Player 2 offer an external GPU to solve the power limitations, but it becomes a more cumbersome setup. The choice between the Steam Deck and traditional laptops depends on the individual’s specific needs and preferences.


00:00:00 Intro
00:02:20 Why David got a Steam deck ?
00:07:05 What is Steam ?
00:09:30 How David got the Steam Deck ?
00:12:50 What does he does with the steam deck
00:14:45 Why Steam OS ?
00:16:35 Steam deck and Windows as computer ?
00:25:00 Our final Conclusions

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