When Valve launched the Steam Deck, we were told that it will support Windows-based games and it looks like Valve is really going all-in on the Windows part as it's getting ready for Windows 11.
Valve has confirmed it has heavily focused on Windows support in an interview with PC Gamer. "There's work looking at TPM just now. We’ve focused so much on Windows 10, so far, that we haven’t really gotten that far into it. Our expectation is that we can meet that," said Greg Coomer, a Valve Steam Deck designer. Valve is working with AMD to ensure that TPM is supported at the BIOS level so that the Steam Deck will be ready for Windows 11.
In addition, Coomer also told PC Gamer that Valve is having "fun exploration" on bringing more colour options to the Steam Deck instead of just the solid black that everyone's familiar with. "And even discussions like 'well, can we have lots of colours?' We had all those discussions. We are continuing to have those now."
While everything is still in discussion, we'll just have to wait for further reveal from Valve but if Valve is successful with its plans, we can expect to see a slew of Steam Decks in vibrant colours and maybe even with patterns instead of just black and white.