Dell is now selling its console-PC Alienware Alpha
Lacking that the new operating system Valve, still haul Steam OS, the company Michael Dell has already put on sale its new console Alienware Alpha prepared to stand and be standard, meanwhile like Windows 8.1 . Meanwhile, Steam OS will be based on Linux, specifically in Debian, and will be a free OS for users.
The new Alienware Alpha has a x86 architecture. It is governed by a Core i3-4130T processor (Intel Haswell), 4GB DDR3 RAM, 500 GB hard drive and NVIDIA GTX Maxwell.It can now be purchased in Amazon.com and is priced at $ 549 , while the price for the top end model is $ 899.Another feature of the Alienware computer is that you can use with the Xbox controller while Steam OS is unavailable.
The truth is that the OS Valve is slowing more than expected. It is to be an operating system designed to run on any PC and provide the power of a desktop computer on the big screen of your living room, to make the most of the games with family and friends.Steam is a gaming platform of PC and the world’s largest . It has over 50 million users. Some of their games are Half Life or Left 4 Dead .
There will be specialized machines and prepared for execution of Steam OS, will be called Steam Machines . The following manufacturers will be responsible for building such machines: Alternate, CyberPowerPC, Falcon Northwest, Gigabyte, iBuyPower, Materiel.net, Origin PC, Next, Scan Computers, Webhallen and Zotac.