Audio player loading… SK Hynix could be held as an everyday hero with its latest 238-layer 4D NAND Flash memoryt announcement. Why? Because it's promised to bring the flash new Flash memory straight to consumer SSDs for our home rigs. Competitor, Micron, on the other hand, recently announced its own new 232-layer memory will be limited to enterprise machines on launch. Basically, the common folk's memory solution is set to be more impressive than what the corpos will be packing. Enter the world's first 512Gb (that's gigabit, not gigabyte) triple level cell (TLC) 4D NAND flash memory—coming right to our desks some time in early 2023. SK Hynix has aimed for the highest NAND stack ever designed, after the company's successes with its 176-layer NAND memory solution, back in late 2020. Although it's got 62 layers on its predecessor, the design still manages to fit into an impressively minimal form factor. In fact, it's the smallest NAND product we've seen, though SK … [Read more...] about SK Hynix’s first 238-layer memory boasts 50% faster SSD speeds, but c’mon it’s not really 4D is it?
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Audio player loading… Valve has announced the Steam Deck will be shipping to regions in Asia later this year and has already started taking reservations as we speak. This comes after news of Valve ramping up production after solving some supply chain issues (opens in new tab) . Komodo is working with Valve as an authorized reseller of the Steam Deck, and customers in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong can place reservations on Komodo's retail site. (opens in new tab) Komodo is offering the same 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB models of the Steam Deck that are available in other regions. Steam Deck is coming to new regions! Starting today you can reserve a Steam Deck in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, with the help of Komodo, Steam Deck's authorized reseller in those regions: https://t.co/jVvhAGq5MAReserve yours now at https://t.co/0Voqd80sSC pic.twitter.com/hqg7RWJwEO August 4, 2022 See more Once customers plunk down a deposit, they'll get a … [Read more...] about Steam Deck preorders are finally available in parts of Asia
Steam Deck is Valve's handheld gaming PC, and since its release in February it has attracted some positive – albeit caveated – reviews. Our Wes spent a lot of time testing the device, coming to the conclusion that it's "bulky for a handheld, but makes up for it with unrivalled versatility and a killer price." It certainly does have a killer price, if you happen to live in one of the regions it is shipping to. The Steam Deck starts at $399 in the United States, with $529 and $649 models for higher and better NVMe SSD storage. Still, that's of no use to Australians, because as of August 2022, the Steam Deck still isn't shipping to Australia, doesn't have an Australian price, and if you do want to jump through hoops to get one, it'll end up more expensive than those figures listed above. From Steam Deck's February 2022 launch until now, the unit has only been shipping to the United States, UK, Canada and the European Union. Starting from August, Valve partnered with Komodo … [Read more...] about When does the Steam Deck release in Australia?
Following the announcement of Valve's increased Steam Deck production capabilities , the handheld PC console will now also be coming to other select countries--Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, And Taiwan. Reservations open today, August 3 at 5 PM PT / 8 PM ET. These new reservations will not impact existing NA/UK/EU reservation timelines. So if you're in Q3 or Q4, you'll still be in those queue groups with the same estimated delivery dates. Valve will partner with Komodo to distribute to the new regions, and will show at BitSummit in Kyoto and September's Tokyo Game Show. In related Steam Deck news, Valve also recently confirmed that everybody with an existing confirmation will get a Steam Deck before the end of 2022. Many people in Q4 were also pushed up into Q3. You can check the details of your Steam reservation while logged in to your account. Steam Deck comes in at three price points: 64GB for $400, 256GB for $529, and 512GB (among other upgraded qualities) for $649. … [Read more...] about Steam Deck Reservations Open In Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, And Taiwan
Valve is continuously making improvements and expanding ways in which players can play games on Steam, and with the latest update, it's now possible to use Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers on the beta client Sharing the news on August 4 in a new community post , Valve announced that the Steam beta client will now allow players to input Nintendo Joy-Con controllers, both individually as a mini gamepad, as well as combined into pairs. This means players who are currently opted into the Steam beta client can use the latest features before they're released to the main Steam client. Following the addition of Nintendo Online classic controllers on June 17 , including Nintendo 64, NES, SNES, Sega Mega Drive, and Genesis controllers, Valve has added improved support for them as well. Although the update is small, it's great that Steam is expanding its controller support and introducing new ways to play. In other news, Valve recently announced that everyone who currently has a … [Read more...] about Steam Beta Adds Full Switch Joy-Con Support