We already know that iBuyPower and Digital Storm have a Steam Machine in the works and plan to show said machines off at CES this week, but according to Engaget, Valve also have a partnership with ten other manufacturers and also plan to reveal all at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas this week.
Valve’s Steam Machines are gaming machines built for the living room, they run Valve’s own Steam OS with the digital distribution platform at it’s core. Though Valve have their own prototype in the works they’re relying mostly on third party manufacturers to do most of the leg work. With that being said, at CES this week Valve plan to reveal more on the Steam Machine including who they’ve partnered with to being the system to the masses.
Engadget seems to have acquired said list and have revealed who Valve have partnered with in order to release Steam Machines running Steam OS. The publication released the following names who have signed on to Valve’s Steam Machine initiative:
- Falcon Northwest
- Origin PC
- Scan Computers
Of course this list could change once Valve announce the full line-up which is suspected to be on show throughout the event this week, so stay tuned for n3rdabl3 for updates on each manufacturer’s Steam Machines as soon as they’re revealed.