Now that Valve has released more information about the launch of a new Steam Machines in November as well as other new services and hardware products such as the virtual reality headset Vive, that has been developed in collaboration with HTC.
CyberPowerPC has this week also unveiled they will be launching six new Steam Machine systems that wil be designed to specifically run Valve’s SteamOS gaming operating system.
At GDC 2015 this week CyberPowerPC unveiled three of their new Steam Machine systems in the form of the Mini, Mercury and Switch. At the bottom of the range is the Steam Machine-E that will cost $449 and will be equipped with an entry-level AMD quad-core chip and unnamed NVIDIA graphics.
Next in line is the Steam Machine-P that will be priced at $549 and will be fitted with a 3.2GHz Intel Pentium and AMD Radeon R9 270X graphics. However if you are still looking for more performnace the Steam Machine-K, is fitted with a 3.5GHz Core i5 and NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 970 for $999 as well as the orange Steam Machine-X pictured above priced at $1,399.
For more information on the new Steam Machine by CyberPowerPC jump over to the Syber website for details.
Source: SyberFiled Under: Gaming News, Hardware, Top News