Steam Machines

Valve revealed its Steam Machines in 2013, but the full rollout of plans for the hardware and third-party partnerships is coming out at CES 2014. We’ve compiled all of the news, specs, updates, and reveals for the Steam-owner’s promising living room-focused gaming PCs right here, so keep checking back as CES week continues.

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Valve’s third-party Steam Machines lineup, in pictures

Get your first up close look at some of the third-party Steam Machines that will be coming to market over the course of 2014.


Take a peek at the Steam Machines specs

A wide variety of Steam Machines has been revealed, ranging from as little as $499 to as much as $6000. Which one should you choose? We tell you everything we know about the hardware so you can decide.


Gabe Newell outlines the future of the Steam Machines

Although Valve remains noncommittal when it comes to their plans in manufacturing and selling their own hardware, the company introduced its Stem Machine partners and confirmed it will sell the Steam Controller separately.


CyberPowerPC reveals two Steam Machines for the latter half of 2014

CyberPowerPC reveals the hardware specifications for a pair of Steam Machines, priced at $499 and $699, that are due for release in the second half of 2014.


Digital Storm targets high-end gamers with its first Steam Machine

The first Steam Machine from gaming PC manufacturer Digital Storm - the Bolt II - caters to power gamers with a love for high-end specs. The small form factor, liquid-cooled PC starts at $1,899 and will be available this month.


Alienware, Origin among more than a dozen third-party Steam Machines vendors

Alienware and Origin are among the 12 third-party hardware manufacturers that are confirmed to be partnered with Valve to release living room-focused Steam Machine gaming PCs in 2014.


iBuyPower Steam Machines revive Gordon Freeman, sans ‘Half-Life 3’

The first third-party Steam Machine is revealed, one of two models that iBuyPower is developing for a 2014 release. One is called "Gordon" and the other is called "Freeman," in a nod to Valve's Half-Life series.