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The iVoler Steam Deck dock pro is a newly upgraded version that now includes aluminum alloy construction, HDMI 2.0, and Gigabit ethernet ports. The docking solution also features 3x USB 3.0 ports supporting transmission speeds of up to 5 Gbps, and a USB-C PD3.0 100W power delivery port that supports the 45W charging specification for the Steam Deck. A right-angled connector cable is included for attaching to the Steam Deck. It will be priced at $49.99 on Amazon and while iVoler has not yet indicated the launch date it is offering a 15% discount for pre-orders made through its social media pages.

Press Release

Video game accessories company iVoler today announced a Pro version of its Steam Deck docking station. Compatible with Valve Steam Deck handheld gaming device, the dock provides an immediate solution for users who have been shut out by Valve indefinitely delaying their own proprietary docking station due to production issues.

This Steam Deck dock pro will be available on Sep.5 in 7 Amazon marketplaces; US, CA, UK, DE, FR, IT, and ES with prime shipping service. iVoler also provides a 15% discount for social media pre-order.

iVoler Steam Deck Dock Pro is a 6-in-1 docking station that is specificallydesigned to work with Valve’s handheld device.

Updates on the Pro version:

• Premium design with aluminium alloy.
• Upgrade to HDMI 2.0 for up to 4K@60Hz video output.
• Adding a Gigabit Ethernet port.
• USB-C PD3.0 100W max power delivery, in line with the MAX charging speed of the Steam Deck which is 45W).

It also features three USB 3.0 ports with up to 5Gbps data transmission, and one angled USB-C cable fitting angled connection for the Steam Deck device. Priced at $49.99, iVoler’s dock is also a budget-friendly 6-in-1 docking station option that combines a USB hub and kickstand together.

About iVoler
iVoler is an emerging brand that provides high-quality and best-selling Nintendo, Steam Deck, Smart Phone, and PC accessories to make life better and easier. In the past 8 years, iVoler has served millions of customers. Their feeling about the brand can be found on Amazon.

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Source: GamesPress

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As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my...


  1. Since this is using USB-C to connect to the deck, and I'd be surprised if the next one doesn't also include one, I could see this stand getting used for the next deck. It could also be interesting to see a 1440p or high-framerate 1080p hooked up.

    Eurogamer/Digital Foundry has a guide here for 1080p-4K gaming with the Steam Deck.

  2. HDMI 2.0 is nice but honestly, 2.1 is the sweet spot. At full bandwidth 2.1 finally gets HDMI to Display Port levels but for something like this 2.0 is definitely about as much as the device could hope to use.

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