Valve showed off units and hardware specifications at CES 2014 this week with prices ranging from $499 all the way up to $6,000. In the list were units manufactured by Digital Storm , CyberPowerPC , and iBuyPower that were already revealed prior to CES 2014.
Additional units from Valve’s other partners included one from Webhallen for $1,499. It comes with an Intel Core i7 4771 processor, Nvidia GTX 780 graphics card, 16GB RAM, and a 1TB SSHD. Falcon Northwest is offering the Tiki with a price range of $1,799 all the way up to $6,000. The Tiki’s CPU is customizable, will come with a Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan, 8-16GB RAM, and up to a 6TB hard drive.
Gabe Newell announces Steam Machines at CES 2014
Other partners, showcasing their product, did not have a price set such as the Chronos from Origin PC that will come with an Intel Core i7 4770K and two 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan cards.
The rest of Valve’s partners include Alienware, Alternate, GigaByte, Maingear, Material.net, Next Spa, Scan, and Zotak.
All first-gen Steam Machines are slated for a 2014 release and will come with SteamOS installed and one Steam Controller.