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During Valve's CES 2014 event last night, the company released a brochure featuring images, prices, and specificiations for 13 third-party Steam Machines. Let's take a look-see!

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Update: And here's the 14th, Maingear's tiny little Spark.

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Aside from Alienware, the party pooper, each of the 13 machines at the very least comes with some basic specs, giving us an idea of what to expect from these Valve-approved gaming PCs.

Illustration for article titled Valve Unveils 13 Steam Machines, With Specs And Prices

Some we've seen earlier today. Others we'll be getting to know more about later this evening. According to Valve's Gabe Newell, Maingear's system was too late to make the brochure, but I'm sure there will be more about that down the line.

So, what do you guys think? That certainly a bunch of PC gaming machines, right?

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Illustration for article titled Valve Unveils 13 Steam Machines, With Specs And Prices
Illustration for article titled Valve Unveils 13 Steam Machines, With Specs And Prices
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Illustration for article titled Valve Unveils 13 Steam Machines, With Specs And Prices
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I was expecting these to be more affordable, even the ones PS4/X1 price seem pretty mid grade.