iBuyPower Shows Off Steam Machine Prototype

Valve’s in-development Steam Machines will come in different shapes and sizes. The folks at iBuyPower are ready to share what their’s will look like and, fittingly, the two prototype Steam Machines are codenamed Gordon and Freeman.

Engadget got the scoop from iBuyPower, who said it is prepping its Steam OS-running living room PCs for 2014 launch. The PC maker wasn’t ready to share specs or pricing, but it did say the boxes will play all Steam games in 1080p and running at 60 FPS. Expect more details and an official unveiling at CES 2014, which begins on January 7. For now, here’s how Gordon and Freeman are shaping up:

Fancy. I was expecting something much more subdued. Not so sure about that big green light, though.

Looking forward to seeing how other PC makers craft Steam Machines of their own. This year’s CES should be fun.

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