Alienware Announces Steam Machines at 2014 CES

Posted on January 7, 2014

Alienware Steam Machine


Alienware announced two Steam powered devices at the 2014 Consumer Electronic Show. They include the Alienware Steam Machine and a Steam Machine edition of the Alienware X51 desktop. The new machines will work with Valve's Steam gaming platform. CNET says Steam has 65 million users.

Frank Azor, co-founder and general manager of Alienware, said in the announcement, "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. 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."

Pricing and availability for the Alienware Steam devices has not yet been announced.

Photo: Alienware/Dell


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