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Best Steam Deck Accessories
The Steam Deck comes in three models: 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB. One of the earliest problems that may arise, especially if you didn’t buy the 512GB edition, is running out of space. Thankfully, it’s easy and relatively cheap to significantly expand your Steam Deck’s storage capacity. The other potential snag? If you’re used to the hybrid nature of the Nintendo Switch, you may want to try “docking” your Steam Deck. The only accessory you technically need for that is a USB-C to HDMI cable, but there are far more useful and practical docking options out there, as you’ll see below. Our roundup of the best Steam Deck accessories includes all of the major categories of products you could need.
If you’re looking for some games to play, check out our roundup of the best games that we’ve played on Steam Deck. Also, while the Steam Deck is designed to make use of your Steam library, you can play games from other launchers, including Epic and GOG. Take a look at our guide on how to add the Epic Games Store to Steam Deck and take advantage of the weekly freebies from Epic.