Valve: First third-party Steam OS machines announced

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Last year, many computer aficionados were waiting to see what the official Steam OS’ PC models would look like, and also know about their specifications. The wait was worth it.

Today at CES 2014, Valve revelaed the first-generation of Steam OS machines. A wide variety of gaming PCs from 14 companies were shown today, with prices starting at $499 and costing as much as $6,000. The Steam PCs vary not just in price and specifications, but also in looks. Alienware did not offer prices for its Steam OS PC.

Take a look at the PDF document with a listing of the first-generation Steam OS.

Q: Will the Steam OS machines be able to disrupt the console generation?

[Source]: ValveSoftware.com: Valve Reveals First Gen Steam Machines [http://www.valvesoftware.com/news/].

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