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 £449.99.
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.
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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