Steam Machines is big this year at CES 2014 and finally us consumers get a first glance at what’s on offer from the different vendors. While most just looks like your average white box systems available to purchase already on the market, Alienware has created something that doesn’t look like your traditional PC.
After four years of collaborating with Valve, Alienware has revealed their very own Steam Machine. While no specifications have been announced, the design of the box makes it stand out of the pack as it features a smaller footprint than the rest making it ideal for the living room.
“With the introduction of the X51 system nearly two years ago, Alienware kicked off an evolution of small form factor PC gaming systems designed for every living area,” said Frank Azor, Co-Founder and General Manager of Alienware. “When Valve and Alienware began collaborating on our vision for a PC gaming console several years ago we could clearly see we were on to revolutionizing PC Gaming forever.”
It’s an interesting looking bit of hardware but the question on everyone’s mind is what the Alienware is packing and how much will it be? Alienware has stated the unit will be released late 2014 with more details to be announced closer to the release date. Can’t wait to see how this performs.