The latest Steam Machine devices will make an appearance during this year's GDC, Valve representative Doug Lombardi confirmed. This year's GDC 2015 runs from March 2-6 in San Francisco, California.
Valve previously announced 13 third-party partners who will release Steam Machines that run the company's SteamOS operating system, with manufacturers including the likes of CyberPowerPC, AlienWare and iBuyPower. As was previously promised by Valve honcho Gabe Newell, the first batch of machines come with a wide variety of tech specs, with prices to match that broad range.
The company is now planning to launch the gaming tech sometime this year, two years after releasing a prototype to 300 beta testers in 2013. Graphics cards run the gamut from an GeForce GTX 660 to a Titan, while the system itself comes in a console-size box that won't look out of place in a typical living room entertainment center.