There are steam Link boxes no longer. The simple black micro PCs made just to enable you to play games in the living room — or any other place in the house at a distance from your gaming rig — is sold out at all places and it appears as if Valve has got no plans to generate further. The Steam Link app keeps on living in smart TVs and mobile devices, therefore, the days are not at the end, but this doesn’t present the similar latency-mitigating clout as that of the Ethernet-wired hardware. Though, Valve is presenting a substitute, and it is here in the form of Raspberry Pi.
Sam Lantinga of Valve has declared on Monday that now the Steam Link app is there in beta form on the platforms of Raspberry Pi 3 and 3 B+. Simply confirm that you are using the “Stretch” version of Pi’s OS (that was made default at any rate from August 2017). And a good news is that you have got a completely functional DIY Steam Link box, that is very easy to hook up with several of the gamepads and having a price tag of $35 perhaps too much cheaper as compared to upgrading your router so as to have stutter-free gameplay. And obviously, the Raspberry Pi has some uses further than being a game streaming box, too.
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