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Handheld PC OneXPlayer may receive Steam Deck software in the future

Steam Deck’s SteamOS Proton software could also be available for other portable PC devices like OneXPlayer in the future.

As reported by PC gamerthe OneXPlayer – a portable touchscreen gaming PC – currently runs Windows as its primary software, while Valve’s Steam Deck runs a version of Linux called SteamOS, which uses something called Proton to run the games on the device.

But according to an interview with WePCOneXPlayer is looking for a Linux-based solution in the future, with SteamOS appearing to be a possibility.

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steam deck. Credit: Valve

OneXPlayer VP Jason Zeng said, “Steam Deck is a very influential product that has managed to leverage and bring its accumulated assets [the] the public’s attention to the portable gaming space.”

“We sincerely congratulate Steam Deck on their achievements and will continue to work on our competitive advantages.”

Zeng also mentioned that the team is “working” to ship the OneXPlayer device with a build of either Linux or SteamOS in the future.

Valve recently added a new feature to the Steam Deck that allows players to provide feedback on games that are proven to work on the platform. After finishing a game on the handheld device, players may be asked a question when they finish a game on their Steam deck asking if they want to provide feedback. The publisher intends to use player feedback to improve the quality of titles on device.

A recent research found that the Steam Deck’s battery life is said to be only 93 minutes after playing elden ring. This amount of time depends on whether the player’s brightness is set to 50 percent, dynamic brightness is off, and airplane mode is off. On the other hand, God of War drained the battery after just 89 minutes.

In other news, Asmongold thinks World of Warcraft Players will quickly lose interest in the new leaked expansion.

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Caroline Bleakley

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