Valve Starts Listing The Steam Machines In The Steam Store
Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 5 March 2015 at 01:15 PM EST. 47 Comments
HARDWARE --
Valve has started showing off the Steam Controller and the many different Steam Machines within the Steam Store.

The Steam Controller and Steam Machines and Steam Link won't begin shipping until November, but Valve has begun listing the products from them and their partners within the Steam Store. With the listings also come some basic pricing information.

Among the Steam Machines listed thus far are from Alienware, Alternate, the ASUS ROG GR8S, Digital Storm Eclipse, Falcon Northwest Tiki, Gigabyte BRIX Pro, iBuyPower SBX, Maingear DRIFT, Materiel.net, NetBox, ORIGIN OMEGA, Scan 3XS ST, Syber, Webhallen S15-01, and the Zotac SN970. Pricing on these Steam Machines are basically all over the place, but mostly on the high-end.

The Steam Machines listing is here while over here is the $50 Steam Controller.
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