This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re going to give an update on our Steam Decks. Do we still use them? How good are they really? And what we hope to see next. Then we have some next gen news from the Linux Foundation you might find intriguing. Plus, we have our tips/tricks and software picks. All this and more coming up right now on Destination Linux to keep those penguins marching!
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- 00:00 = Welcome to DL 311
- 00:50 = Community Feedback: Speed Reading Apps for Linux
- 05:40 = Linode: Cloud Services – [ linode.com/tux ]
- 06:59 = Steam Deck Review & Our Experiences plus Steam Deck 2 News
- 31:43 = Bitwarden Password Manager – [ bitwarden.com/tux ]
- 33:13 = News: Open Metaverse Foundation by the Linux Foundation – [ link ]
- 39:42 = Linux Gaming: Hidden Post-Apocalyptic 4 TopDown 3D – [ link ]
- 45:37 = Software Spotlight: Betterbird (Thunderbird Based Email Client) – [ link ]
- 49:18 = Tip of the Week: toilet (not a joke well kind of lol) – [ link ]
- 52:10 = Destination Linux will be at SCALE! – [ link ]
- 53:41 = Become a Patron to watch DL Live! – [ link ]
- 54:52 = DL Swag at TuxDigital.com/store – [ link ]
- 55:15 = More great content at TuxDigital.com – [ link ]
- 55:46 = Out of Context Outtake
- 55:54 = Outro
@dasgeek I would buy a SteamDeck 2 ONLY if it didn’t have an OLED screen. I think OLED is the absolute worst. It’s like going back to CRTs. OLED gets burn in and degrades. OLED is great in year one, maybe year two, but beyond that it is is just terrible. I look for OLED in the specs for new phones and will not buy it just based on that.
I am probably the cheese that stands alone but I am not a fan at all of OLED at ALL.
Another great thing about the Steam Deck is that Valve have worked hard to make it easier to repair than most other game consoles. They have even partnered with ifixit, so you can get official replacement parts and guides to repair. #righttorepair
I totally agree. That is a fantastic feature of the SteamDeck. This gives me incredible levels of confidence in the product and the company.
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