The Steam Store now has a hardware tab listing the diverse range of Steam Machines - PCs that run SteamOS - and the prices they will arrive at this November.

The prices are in US dollars and aren't localised yet - many of the retailers only deal in bucks. The closest guide is Alienware's Steam Machine that will probably cost Ł449.99.

The machines come from all over and vary dramatically. They're all based around the idea of looking snazzy by your telly and not like a council estate tower block.

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Because nothing says class like a glass of red wine.

The most ridiculous is the Falcon Northwest Tiki Steam Machine (pictured right) that spirals up to a monstrous $4999.99 (as does the highest-end Origin machine, actually). But with the sleek steel-cased Falcon machine you get a choice of having a granite stone base, and I've never seen luxury like that before.

Alienware's box is at the lowest-end of the pricing. You can browse the list and tech specs on the Steam website, or see them at a price-ordered glance below.

We delved into the Steam Link and Controller announcements this week, and explored Valve's play for the living room.

  • iBuyPower SBX $459.99
  • Alienware Steam Machine $479.99
  • Syber Steam Machine $499.99 - $1399.99
  • Gigabyte BRIX Pro $599.99
  • Asus ROG GR8S $699.99
  • Digital Storm Eclipse Steam Machine $699.99
  • Maingear DRIFT $849.99
  • Materiel.net Steam Machine $899.99
  • NextBox $799.99 - $1299.99
  • Webhallen S15-01 $949.99
  • ZOTAC Steam Machine SN970 $999.99
  • Scan 3XS ST Steam Machine $999.99 - $1299.99
  • Alternate Steam Machine $1099.99 - $1999.99
  • ORIGIN OMEGA Steam Machine $899.99 - $4999.99
  • Falcon Northwest Tiki Steam Machine $1999.99 - $4999.99

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