Vince from Awesome Games writes: 'The recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) unveiled 14 boxy versions of the Steam Machine, all approved by the don of Valve himself, Gabe Newell.
Fourteen, you say? That’s certainly a lot of choice for the consumer, who may be holding off on their Xbox One or PS4 purchase until the initial-year game drought has broken. To be fair, the price of the cheapest Steam Machine will start at around $499, so you’re already matching Microsoft’s entry and clearing more than Sony and Nintendo’s current offerings. But let’s break down what you are getting for that investment.'