Valve Steam Machine tech specs leaked online

Valve Steam Machine tech specs leaked online

The famous game developer Valve has long wanted to get out of game development only and after releasing the SteamOS operating system the US company now wants to sell a gaming console under the tradename of Valve Steam Machine. The new device will be out on the market soon but its tech specs have already been leaked online.

The Valve Steam Machine is 305 mm long and 74 mm thick which makes it a little larger than the new PlayStation 4 console. Inside the device has a multi-core APU made by AMD, an integrated AMD Radeon R9 270 graphics card, a 500 GB hard drive, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and other unimportant hardware. An interesting fact is that you can make use of the company gamepad that comes along with the Valve Steam Machine; the console will also be running SteamOS.

The sales of the Valve Steam Machine will commence sometime next year. The device will be sold for USD 499.

Source: Valve

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