For Mortal Kombat XL and Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate, generally speaking, what settings were you able to play them at? Medium? High?You can play Injustice I, II and MK X + 11 on it easily, already tested that. All of them work just fine.
You can connect VR with a usb and run SteamVR stuff, however it's not optimized for that - it will work, however on performance front your mileage may vary.
In terms of target demographic, most of the people I personally know interested in this are middle aged guys with commutes who enjoy gaming but don't have they time they used to for it (like me). So from my perspective at least, I think your demographic comment is more or less on the money.Reading through this thread and considering my first impression about it i would dare to bet money on Valve hitting quite the handheld market jackpot Imho! And you could've guessed my reason for interest by looking at the demographic it seems to target most predominantly. Being ppl that love gaming still just as much as they did in their youth but not finding as much time or recourses to play as much as they'd like to. It's also possible that i'm typing OTT philosophical nonsense and i've convinced myself part of a demographic but in reality i'm not and created this fantasy to make me feel better. JK tho, i'm fine
No, like most handheld consoles (Switch included), size and weight is everything, so APU and RAM is soldered to the motherboard. Even laptop PC for the most part are build that way for quite some time now (with very few exceptions), only desktop PC (broad term) can be upgraded per (all) component(s).I've been wondering how future-proof this thing is. Can you upgrade like a PC?