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These are the Steam Machines that could change gaming forever (gallery)

These are the Steam Machines that could change gaming forever (gallery)

By 10 March 2015

When Valve first announced its intention to take its Steam gaming platform into the living room there was plenty of speculation on how that would be achieved. Would there be a an overall, PC-based Steam Machine to take on Xbox One and PS4 directly? Or... >>

Steam Machine: How much will gaming perfection cost me?

Steam Machine: How much will gaming perfection cost me?

By 9 March 2015

When it comes to Valve's highly anticipated Steam Machine concept we are finally in the last stretch. Versions of the gaming alternative to the traditional concept will start to appear from multiple retailers in November this year, just in time for Christmas.... >>

Could Alienware's Steam Machine blow PS4 and Xbox One out of the water?

Could Alienware's Steam Machine blow PS4 and Xbox One out of the water?

By 6 March 2015

Alienware has announced that it will be the first manufacturer to get Valve's Steam Controller into the hands of the public, when it has the device on its stand at PAX East 2015 in Boston this weekend (from 6 March). It will be using the controller with... >>

Steam Machines finally coming in November and Zotac SN970 will be one of the first out of the blocks

Steam Machines finally coming in November and Zotac SN970 will be one of the first out of the blocks

By 4 March 2015

It's been quite some time since Valve first detailed its plans for an assault on living rooms, with its SteamOS and Steam Machine console vision, but now we are in the last stretch. The company has revealed that boxes will start to appear from November... >>

Valve's updated Steam Controller pictured with new buttons and no touchscreen

Valve's updated Steam Controller pictured with new buttons and no touchscreen

By 14 March 2014

Valve previously announced it would update its Steam Controller by ditching the touchscreen and embracing physical buttons, but the gaming company has yet to share a press image of the device...until now. Say hello to Valve's revamped Steam Controller... >>

Alienware will ship its X51 Steam Machine in September

Alienware will ship its X51 Steam Machine in September

By 15 January 2014

Alienware plans to launch its Steam Machine in September, the company announced at Valve's Steam Dev Days developer summit on Wednesday. Alienware, which is owned by Dell, is one of the first companies to partner with Valve to create a SteamOS game.... >>

Gigabyte Brix Pro Steam Machine announced at CES 2014

Gigabyte Brix Pro Steam Machine announced at CES 2014

By 7 January 2014

Gigabyte was one of Valve's early leaked partners in the Steam Machine building army. Now, at CES 2014, Gigabyte has revealed its Brix Pro machine. The cube-shaped box houses a quad-core 3.2GHz Intel Core i7-4770R processor with an Intel Iris Pro 5200... >>

SBX iBuyPower Steam Machine will be £305

SBX iBuyPower Steam Machine will be £305

By 7 January 2014

Another bullet in Valve's console war-waging gun comes from iBuyPower with its SBX Steam Machine that's been announced at CES 2014. Smaller than an Xbox One, the SBX will be SteamOS only, disc drive free, and be capable of streaming. The CPU will be a... >>

The Steam Machines of CES 2014: Valve, Alienware, Gigabyte, Zotac and more

The Steam Machines of CES 2014: Valve, Alienware, Gigabyte, Zotac and more

By 7 January 2014

At the start of CES 2014 Valve announced 12 partners that will be making Steam Machines. As they've been unveiled we've been bringing you the news and now we have them here in one place. 2014 could be the year PC gaming overtakes consoles, even with... >>

Alienware X51 Steam Machine announced at CES 2014

Alienware X51 Steam Machine announced at CES 2014

By 7 January 2014

Alienware has announced it will be working with Valve to create the first Alienware Steam Machine. While details are scarce at this stage Dell subsidiary Alienware has said that it will be creating a gaming machine that remains small, like the X51, but... >>