Valve showed off several versions of their Steam Machine tonight -- including some sexy ones like the Alienware Steam Machine. But there are several that are, frankly, adorable. These are the Top Five Cutest Steam Machines.
1. Maingear Spark
Maingear's Steam Machine is quickly gaining credit as the cutest of the pack. At 4.5 x 4.23 x 2.34, this little beauty is slightly larger than a sandwich and honestly what I was expecting from the Steam Box.
But it's what's under the hood that counts, and Maingear has some technical specs to balance out the cute factor:
So not as powerful as some of it's competitors, but if you're looking for an OUYA level console (small and easy to take to a friends house, etc) with your Steam library on it, it's definitely a front runner.
2. Gigabyte Brix Pro
Another addition for the micro-PC crowd, the Gigabyte Brix Pro is a cute little thing. There's no specs on its physical size, and Gigabyte has referred to it as an "ultra-concept."
Gigabyte has already been in the business of producing ultra compact PCs for awhile, so they know how to pack a bunch into a tiny little bundle.
While chunkier than its counterparts, this sleek box manages to pack in a significantly higher amount of power. And it's French, so definitely up there on the cute factor.
So, cute but with a kick. This is also on the pricier end of things. This French-made Steam Machine is estimated to cost $1100.
4: Scan - NC10
One of the sleekest, thinnest Steam Machines announced is the Scan NC10. More reminiscent of a HDD than a gaming console, this is probably one of the better options for hiding this console among the rest of your home entertainment set up.
Designed to be super small, this summer release Steam Machine is aiming to be competitive with other current gen consoles both in terms of price and specs.
Also, in some pictures it looks like it has tiny bunny ears and is intended to "piggyback" on the back of your display.
What do you think of these Steam Machines? Are any sticking out to you?