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I found some patents from Valve that show some early versions of the Steam Deck. The general layout seems to be similar to what made it into the final version, but you can see some differences, with one having separate buttons instead of a + D-pad and round touch pads like the original Steam Controller. The curve in the bottom corners seem to have gone through a few iterations.

The biggest change may be the layout of the top of the Deck. The positions of the headphone jack, volume buttons, power button, USB-C port and cooling fans shifted quite a bit.

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I found some patents from Valve that show some early versions of the Steam Deck. The general layout seems to be similar to what made it into the final version, but you can see some differences, with one having separate buttons instead of a + D-pad and round touch pads like the original Steam Controller. The curve in the bottom corners seem to have gone through a few iterations.

The biggest change may be the layout of the top of the Deck. The positions of the headphone jack, volume buttons, power button, USB-C port and cooling fans shifted quite a bit.

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Quality post right here. Also is it me or does it look thinner than the final product
 
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