valve steam machines ces ces 2014 steam machine

Earlier this week we pointed out that Valve was preparing to show off multiple Steam Machine designs from more than a dozen partners. The company has since revealed 13 new designs and we have all the juicy photos to go along with it.

The machines are all different in terms of specs, shapes, sizes and more importantly, price. Entry-level systems start at just $500 while a fully decked out Steam Machine will set you back a cool $6,000. As we learned yesterday, iBuyPower, Digital Storm, Alienware, Falcon Northwest, CyberPowerPC, Origin PC, Gigabyte, Materiel.net, Webhallen, Alternate, Next, Zotac and Scan Computers all have systems on display at CES.

And as promised, here are the Steam Machines that Valve is currently showing off.

thirteen steam machines ces ces 2014 steam machine

thirteen steam machines ces ces 2014 steam machine

thirteen steam machines ces ces 2014 steam machine

thirteen steam machines ces ces 2014 steam machine

thirteen steam machines ces ces 2014 steam machine

thirteen steam machines ces ces 2014 steam machine

Given the images above, do you have a favorite at this point? And which do you think will ultimately make the final cut? Or are you planning to just use your existing gaming rig as a homebrew Steam Machine?