The PINE64 is a 64-bit quad-core computer, and can run Linux, 64-bit Android 5.1.1, and other software.
Perfect in every way, SteamOS is not.
It’s still not easy enough for your grandmother to use, but at least it doesn’t suck
The game site has promised the “full treatment” for Ubuntu and Mint
Still suffering with your slow Windows XP? Microsoft is finally working on a solution for that.
Early adopters and prototype testers are giving Steam Machine hardware and the software a thorough thrashing
D-Day for Valve
Microsoft quietly buries its best-selling modern OS.
AMD’s Mantle API claimed to be much more efficient than DirectX, and can run on Nvidia and Intel graphics hardware as well
Prototype Steam Machines similar in size to the Alienware X51, much more powerful than a console.
Where do they go from here, now that they’re free of shareholders?
Now game developers can port their titles without losing the visual experience.
DICE wants in on Linux and believes the platform has potential.
See Valve’s Steam Controller work with Portal 2, Civilization 5 and other games
Valve confirms that Nvidia won’t be the only choice.
What’s sitting inside Valve’s prototype Steam Machine?
Valve has unveiled a controller for Steam that looks refreshingly different
Valve announces plans to release a set of approved guidelines for Steam Machines manufacturers.
Nvidia devs hope to improve out-of-the-box performance in the wake of SteamOS announcement.
Valve announces a Steam Operating System based on Linux, native AAA game support inbound