If you aren’t in a rush I’d recommend waiting for a year. GPU prices are starting to go down but both AMD and Nvidia know they can still charge way more than they were in the past. With intel’s new cards coming out on the low end they might be able to get AMD/Nvidia to release a more competitive lower end card to compete.
Also on the lower end and also weirder end the steam deck is also a full PC for $400, it would be playing new games reasonably well in 720p which looks good on its screen but it will also take a while to get into your hands, at least another year if you got into the queue now.
They should have named it better then because they way GNU is pronounced is awkward to say in conversation and doesn’t convey the point like most other OS names do.
Logically sure it makes sense to call it a GNU system or even GNU/Linux but casually it really doesn’t compared to Linux, especially when you take name recognition into account
I use steam almost exclusively but sometimes look around in itch.io when I have nothing better to do
They’ve already been ruined, they’ve become defined by “art” made by investors solely for profit with no real soul or expression
if they were to do anything it would be smarter to make their own instance anyways
fun fact google toolbar was still being shipped with RTX 2070 drivers
It looks like they’re selling entire mainboards which is a total gamechanger for laptop upgradability