One of the Steam Deck’s joysticks. | Photo by Sean Hollister / The Verge

The era of fixing your own gadgets has nearly arrived, and Valve’s Steam Deck handheld gaming PC may be setting the best example yet — not only does it offer a repair-friendly design, but it now looks like almost every part will be sold separately at iFixit.

This evening, the company prematurely revealed a huge collection of its promised repair parts at its website, and we were surprised to see everything down to the motherboard with the AMD Aerith chip at the heart of the Steam Deck will soon be available, admittedly for a pricey $350.

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The Steam Deck motherboard.

In fact, iFixit will even sell parts that might be considered upgrades for an existing Steam Deck — if you decide you’d rather have…

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