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Handheld Steam Machine Expected in 2016, Pre-Order Starts November 10


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The Smach Zero is a handheld version of the Steam Machine consoles that run the Steam OS from Valve, giving users access to their PC game collection in a console form factor. The device will be powered by "an AMD G-Series SoC named Steppe Eagle, which features a Jaguar-based CPU paired with a GCN-based GPU." The specifications of the chip are believed to be around 1GHz for the CPU and 200-300MHz for the GPU. The Steppe Eagle will be partnered with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, and a 5" 720p touchscreen. The Smach Zero will be available for pre-order starting November 10 at a price of $330 with an expected delivery date of sometime in 2016.

Source: Ars Technica

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