Jeff Bakalar here from CNET.com with Valve's CES 2013 announcement.
Basically 13 3rd party manufacturers are coming out with their own Steam machines and what's really cool about all of these devices is that they range in varied sizes and shapes.
They have different hardware components on the inside.
Obviously that means they're gonna range in price, but it's kind of cool to see where each developer or rather manufacturer is
There's some that are small like a Roku box and then some of these are the size of actual huge gaming machines.
You've got all major computer manufacturers represented here from Alienware, Origin, Digital Storm.
They're all here in all shapes and sizes.
All that pricing and all the specs on that hardware is gonna very buy manufacturers.
So we'll have a lot more news as it comes out.
From the Valve's press conference at CES 2014, I'm Jeff Bakalar.
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