[CES 2014] CyberPower Inc. has a treat for the gaming masses at CES this year, where they hope to change the way your living room “plays” this year through the debut of their stylish Steam Machine series. Running on the Steam OS by Valve Corporation, the CYBERPOWERPC Steam Machine will come with the kind of hardware which delivers a full desktop PC performance without looking out of place. No sir, it will in fact, come in an advance stylish form factor. With the revolutionary Steam OS, you will be able to have full control over your entire Steam game library right from the living room itself.
All of the Steam Machines will be powered by the most recent version of Steam OS, which happens to be an open source Linux-based operating system that was specially developed for gaming and other entertainment purposes. These new systems will instantly be able to handle the hundreds of games that currently run in the Steam catalog, in addition to upcoming titles from other developers. Hardware specifications include high-density storage, wireless connectivity via Bluetooth and WiFi, and USB 3.0. You will find the Steam Controller to be truly unique, as it boasts of a couple of circular, clickable trackpads with a touchscreen right smack in the middle. Depending on the final configuration, the CYBERPOWERPC Steam Machine will cost anywhere from $499 to $699.
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