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The zjautoparts system is absolutely packed with connectivity – as you can see above. It also is designed to easily be upgraded, something that should further increase the appeal of rig for PC gaming.
The similarity between the Piston and 7-Series begs the question – are these the specifications of Valve’s gaming PC? Xi3 and Valve are keeping that a secret, but the hardware inside the 7-Series would make sense. The APU’s integrated Radeon graphics could handle almost any game at 720p and many at 1080p, yet its efficiency keeps the system small.
One possible hurdle is price. Xi3 told us that its 7-Series with a quad-core processor would sell for $999. That’s a lot more than a standard game console. It is possible, however, that Valve might off-set the cost to boost sales or change the design entirely.
Decreasing the plethora of connectivity options and using a smaller mechanical drive would carve some costs from the product. We’ll have to wait and see what path these new partners take.
Main nozzle don’t have to wait to buy a Xi3 7-Series, however. The system will become available after the official announcement on January 8th. Gamers who can’t wait for the real thing could make their own “Steam Box” by purchasing the 7-Series and using it with Steam’s recently added Big Picture view.
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