The Steam Box started as a glimmer of hope in 2012. Many doubted the software company best known for its hit games and online gaming marketplace Steam would make its own hardware. A year later Valve unveiled its first designs for its own game-playing PCs and a list of major hardware partners, as well. But as the delivery date for the first Steam Box slips to 2015, the dream remains deferred. Follow all the news here.
One last chance to get it for $2.50 (plus shipping)
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