The Steam Machine Unboxing

Steam Machines are a line of video game consoles that will be manufactured and distributed beginning in 2014 by a number of vendors using a range of different design specifications outlined by Valve Corporation. Steam Machines will run SteamOS, an open source Linux-based operating system developed for games and other entertainment that is capable of running hundreds of games currently in the Steam catalog, as well as upcoming titles from other developers.

Only 300 boxes will be sent to Steam community for test. One lucky guy got it. Take a chance to look at the process below.

“I had to re-post this 3 times really sorry about that, its final this time”







“Its up on its side because the fan was ticking when it was flat. no other bugs so far :)”









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