Alienware Steam Machine Coming to PAX Australia
The highly anticipated Alienware Steam Machine will be making its Australian debut at PAX. Rarely seen outside the US, the Alienware booth will feature playable demos of the machine. This will be the only opportunity for the general public to test out the features and gameplay before the expected release in Australia and New Zealand in Q1 of 2016.
More than five years of work has gone into the development of the device, which was a collaborative project by Alienware and Valve Software. It was designed to bring the Steam library of over 6000 games to the living room, operating on Valve’s free Linux-based operating system SteamOS. “We’re always innovating at Alienware. Last year we launched our new range of laptops and Area 51 at PAX and we’re thrilled to be back again with a new product to showcase to Australian gamers,” said Joe Olmsted, Director of Product Planning, Alienware.
PAX Australia is taking place on Friday the 30th of October to Sunday the 1st of November at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. The Alienware booth will be located opposite the indie pavilion, near the main café area.