A Steam Machine prototype has been spotted in the wild, or at least the skunkworks of PC manufacturer IBuyPower.
It's hardly difficult to spot, no? This bright white device is reportedly one of two SteamOS-powered prototypes in development at the firm, capable of running Steam games at 1080p, 60FPS. And also blasting out copious lasers if Engadget's images are anything to go by [it's clearly a customisable LED strip, stop being silly - Ed].
Internal specifications are currently unknown (though we suspect it's powered by nuclear waste or Mountain Dew by the looks of that photo: identical substances in terms of taste and nutritional benefit). IBuyPower's range will apparently be priced "competitively" when Steam Machines roll out next year from several manufacturers - how much would you pay for a living room PC considering the potential long-term savings?