Valve has posted up a brochure showing off the prices of the various 'Steam Machines' which will release from multiple manufacturers later this year.
Prices seem to range from $499 all the way up to $6000.
Give that there are so many options, could it be that this will confuse consumers? After all, when you purchase a console you know that you are evenly matched with anyone else who buys it and developers know the specs everyone has under their TV.
With Steam Machine there seems to be so many options and some are so expensive that it seems it'd be more sensible to go out, buy a PC and hook that up to your TV. Can anyone actually seem this venture being a success?