Steam Deck Docking Station Now Available for Pre-Order at $89

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Valve has opened up pre-orders for the Steam Deck Docking Station, a first-party option for owners of the handheld who are looking to extend the connectivity of their systems. The docking station, which features 3x USB-A 3.1 Gen 1 ports, a USB-C port for power, DisplayPort, HDMI, and a Gigabit Ethernet port, is priced at $89.00, with estimated delivery times listed as being one to two weeks.

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From Valve:

Steam Deck Docking Station is designed to add extensibility to your gaming setup. Whether connecting your Steam Deck to your living room TV, setting up on your work desk, or charging on your night stand, the Dock is perfect for extending the places and ways you can use your Steam Deck.

Not too big or too small, Docking Station is exactly the right size and shape to hold Steam Deck securely. From the right angle USB-C connector at exactly the right length, to the molded rubber seat to ensure there’s no scratching, the Dock was made for Steam Deck.

The Steam Deck is currently in stock and available to ship without reservation, according to a separate article from Valve that explains how it has finally completed its reservation queue. Valve says it is now manufacturing and shipping Steam Decks at its highest rate ever, having addressed shortages and logistics issues.

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