If you are still looking to buy a cheap Steam Controller, or maybe the Steam Link, now it’s a good time to do it, as both accessories have reached a new low on Amazon.
With only $70 you can get both of them and you can start playing your favorite Steam games on your TV.
The Steam Controller sells for $34.99 on Amazon which means that you will save $15.00 since the old price was $49.99.
It allows you to play all your Steam games from the comfort of your couch, including those that require a mouse and keyboard.
The controller comes with dual trackpads, HD haptic feedback, back grip buttons, and fully-customizable control schemes.
Furthermore, you can create your own mapping or you can use those available in the Steam Community.
The Steam Controller is equipped with dual stage triggers. Here is the product’s official description from Amazon.
“The Steam Controller is an innovative input device that allows you to play games from all genres, including traditional gamepad-style games as well as games usually reserved for play with a mouse and keyboard. The Controllers are wireless and completely configurable.”
If you decide to buy a Steam Controller while the discount lasts, then you might want to add a Steam Link to your order.
The Steam Link which was priced at $49.99 is also on sale, and you can buy a new unit for $34.99.
The Steam Link connects to your computer and allows you to stream all your Steam games directly on your own TV.
Basically you will use the power of your PC in conjunction with the technology of your TV system.
Additionally, you can connect your Steam Controller for a better experience. Valve’s Steam link also supports third party controllers as well as the Xbox One wired controller, the Xbox 360 wired/wireless controller, the PlayStation 4, PS3 and Wii-U Pro controllers.
“The Steam Link allows existing Steam gamers to expand the range of their current gaming set up via their home network. Just connect your Steam PC or Steam Machine to your home network, plug into a TV, and stream your games to the Link at 1080p.”