It wasn’t too long ago that I was posting about Valve’s announcements for their Steam Machine and controller. The living room focused gaming PC has finally been brought out into the light of day, and Valve has allowed a few select technology websites to take a peek at the pre-beta hardware and first-hand accounts have started to come out.
Click here to read about The Verge’s time with the highly anticipated living room PC gaming system.
Click here to read what Engadget has to say about the Steam Machine.
Neither Engadget nor The Verge believe that the Steam Machine will be a threat to the Xbox One and Playstation 4, but they agree that that’s not exactly what Valve is setting out to do just yet. Valve is perfectly comfortable targeting the 65 million PC gamers out there, first. The SteamOS operating system is in it’s very early stages and the touch-screen controller is not yet ready to take the stage for public testing. However, the Steam Machine could be making its full introduction sometime in 2014, so stay tuned.