During CES 2014, Valve revealed 13 third-party Steam Machines. The recently unveiled PCs are in production and expected to come out in 2014. Every Steam Machine includes a Steam Controller and is powered by the Steam OS, a custom operating system based on Linux.
Interestingly, the lineup offers a variety of prices and performance options so that you can purchase a Steam Machine according to the amount of money you’re willing to spend and the specific hardware you need. Some of the systems start as low as $499 and the most expensive ones cost around $6000, so there are options for everybody.
These are the manufacturers behind the first-generation of Steam Machines: Alienware, Alternate, CyberPowerPC, Digital Storm, Falcon NW, GigaByte, iBuyPower, Maingear, Material.net, Next Spa, Origin PC, Scan, Webhallen and Zotac.
On this article, you can find the images, prices and technical specifications for 13 third-party Steam Machines.