Valve, as part of a Tokyo Game Show event, showed a dock for the Steam Deck game console. The article is known as Steam Dock Docking Station, but no date for its entry into the commercial information market.
Steam Dock Docking Station was shown live for the first time, and only rendezvouss had been published before. The design of the device has not changed compared to the original design. As you can see on the images, Steam Deck is placed in an inclined dock. This ensures a user-friendly and optimal view angle when working with the console in fixed mode.
Steam Dock Docking Station has one USB Type-A Gen 3.1 port, two USB Type-A Gens, Ethernet network port, DisplayPort 1.4 interfaces, and HDMI 2.0. It is possible to charge the device. Connecting the dock does not affect the performance of the device.
It is noted that Valve originally planned to release Steam Dock Docking Station as early as spring, but there were difficulties due to the shortage of microchips and restrictions in China due to the ongoing pandemic. When the evidence is released to the market, it is not clear that there is no official information.
The Steam Deck console has a 7-inch sensor display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. The equipment includes a hybrid AMD processor, 16 Gbyte LPDDR5, a hard storage device of up to 512 Gbyte, Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 5.0.