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Steam Machine prices range from just under $500 to $5000


Since the GDC 2015 reveals, Steam has hardware pages for the manufacturer’s of Steam Machine‘s, which gives gamers an idea of the average price.

The complete list of manufacturers includes Alienware, Digital Storm, Asus, Gigabyte, iBuyPower, Origin, Zotac, Falcon Northwest, etc.

Prices start as low as $479.99, for the Alienware Steam Machine and go up to $5,000 for the high end Falcon Northwest Tiki Steam Machine or the Origin Omega Steam Machine. There really is a seriously dynamic range here.

Here’s a list of some of the prices below:

  • Alienware Steam Machine, starting at $479.99
  • Alternate Steam Machine, from $1,099.99 to $1,999.99
  • Asus ROG GR8S, starting at $699.99
  • Digital Storm Eclipse Steam Machine, $699.99
  • Falcon Northwest Tiki Steam Machine, from $1,999.99 to $4,999.99
  • Gigabyte BRIX Pro, $599.99
  • iBuyPower SBX, starting at $459.99
  • Maingear DRIFT, starting at $849.99
  • Steam Machine, $899.99
  • NextBox, from $799.99 to $1,299.99
  • ORIGIN OMEGA Steam Machine, from $899.99 to $4,999.99
  • Scan 3XS ST Steam Machine, from $999.99 to $1,299.99
  • Syber Steam Machine, from $499.99 to $1,399.99
  • Webhallen S15-01, $949.99
  • ZOTAC Steam Machine SN970, $999.99

More titles have been highlighted including, Batman: Arkham Knight, Company of Heroes 2, Torchlight 2, Shadow of Mordor. These are some alarming games making a debut on Linux. Even more interesting for LGN will be the home brew boxes, being Linux, it will happen.

But right now, Valve is pushing the trend of a console, and really, with all the positive news about the final build of the Steam Controller it is no surprise reviews are positive.  We are heading into 2015 with some amazing titles and some solid products. So wait and see what additions features will debut with these new Steam Machines. Even moreso, getting our hands on a Steam Controller.


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