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Spec Sheet: the highs and lows of the first 13 Steam Machines

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Valve's Steam Machines are reinventing the game console by transforming daunting PCs into friendly boxes for the living room. But rather than make the machines all by itself, Valve has turned to hardware partners to create a whole lineup of them, from basic consoles priced like an Xbox all the way up to towers that just barely veil their gaming PC roots.

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Nvidia's Tegra K1 tablet shows a beautiful future for Android gaming

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Nvidia's big announcement for CES 2014 was, as expected, the fifth generation of its Tegra mobile processor. It's such a momentous step forward for the company, however, that it's getting a whole new designation in being called the Tegra K1. That's because it implements the Kepler architecture, which underpins Nvidia's desktop graphics card lineup, meaning you're literally getting desktop-class graphics technology in your mobile processor.

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Valve Already Has A Dozen Steam Machine Partners

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Valve has announced their first 12 partners that intend to bring Steam Machines to the marketplace this year.

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1.85% of Steam users run Linux

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It will be interesting to follow Linux share as more and more games get ported / released for Linux.

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Leftovers: Games

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Leftovers: Games

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Leftovers: Gaming

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