12 sij 2013, 13:10
16 sij 2013, 15:42
11 ožu 2013, 17:52
Suko je napisao/la:Ali to nije službeni Steambox.
To je samo neki Piston PC koji bi trebao dobro raditi sa Steamom.
11 ožu 2013, 18:22
11 ožu 2013, 18:31
Suko je napisao/la:Pa da.
Nije Steambox. Nego neki precjenjeni mini PC.
11 ožu 2013, 18:47
12 ožu 2013, 17:29
18 ruj 2013, 07:27
Linux has become a defacto system from those who want to innovate and build something new as they know the support for the hardware will be there and it's much easier to work with an open community and get things done quickly than to deal with big companies like Microsoft and Apple.
Linux also gives Valve the opportunity that it will never get from Windows or Mac/iOS. Living room is the new battlefield. The traditional desktop clearly has no space in the living room - whether it be Windows or Mac. That’s why all three companies are trying to capture the living room through AppleTV, Xbox or Chromecast. Only Linux can give Valve an opportunity to knock at the doors. Valve has already tested gaming on Linux via steam client and the obvious evolution would be a Linux based gaming console which can be more than just a console. Valve is working on its SteamBox and Gabe said that next week there will be an announcement from Valve about hardware which will bridge the gap between the desktop and the Living room.
18 ruj 2013, 08:29
26 stu 2013, 19:31
iBuyPower has revealed it’s first prototype of Steam Machines box which the company will be launching in 2014.
Not much is known about the hardware – what we do know is that it will be powered by a multicore AMD CPU and a discrete AMD Radeon R9 270 GPU which will be able to play Steam games at 1080p/60fps. The machine will come with 500GB hard drive and can be connected over Wifi and Bluetooth.
For the price, you won’t be getting Windows, only Valve’s Linux-based Steam OS, which could be an issue starting out. While Valve has quite a few games running on Linux already, and says that major game developers will be building triple-A game titles specifically for Steam OS in 2014, it’s not quite the same as having the entire Windows catalog as a fallback.