The Steam Deck is a handheld PC good enough for gaming duty—not the first, by any means, but clearly in a league of its own when it comes to power and price. Valve posted a video showing a teardown of the device. While asserting that "you own it" and can make your own repairs—a welcome antitode to the prevailing attitude among manufacturers—it makes clear that the complexity and delicacy of the components means that it should be a job left for professionals and advanced hobbyists only. The tl;dr: don't buy the cheapest Steam Deck thinking you can easily upgrade it with a larger aftermarket SSD. You need skills and you risk everything.
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