Steam Deck Screen Upgrade Offers 1920×1200 Resolution, Improved Adobe RGB Color Coverage, and Anti-Glare for $99

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FX Technology Limited has announced that it will be selling a third-party screen upgrade for the Steam Deck called the DeckHD that bumps the device’s display resolution up to 1920×1200 and offers 74% coverage of the Adobe RGB color space. The original Steam Deck display, in comparison, offers a 1280×800 resolution and 45% coverage of the AdobeRGB color space, and while there are some similarities between the two screens, including IPS technology, 400 nits of brightness, and a 60 Hz refresh rate, all DeckHD units come standard with anti-glare coating, a premium feature that Valve has reserved for its highest-end Steam Deck units. Users may join the waitlist to be notified once the DeckHD display, which is estimated to cost $99, becomes available.

From a DeckHD listing:

Our screen upgrade takes your Steam Deck experience to a new level. Enjoy a breathtaking 1200p resolution upgrade from the standard 800p, combined with vastly expanded colours.

Jump from 800p to 1200p with DeckHD. Experience a definitive boost in clarity and detail that enhances your Steam Deck’s gaming experience.

Our displays offers an improved colour gamut, surpassing the original Steam Deck’s spectrum. Enjoy richer hues and deeper contrasts.

The DeckHD screen is glare-free as standard, a feature usually exclusive to the highest-end model. Play with clarity in any lighting condition, free from unwanted reflections.

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