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ZOTAC Have A Trailer To Show Off Their NEN Steam Machine

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I know it's an advert, but sometimes adverts really are quite nice. ZOTAC now seems to be stepping up their SteamOS Steam Machine hype with a trailer for their NEN unit.

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It's really, really great to see some more advertising come out for Steam Machines. The only problem with this trailer, is that it shows a bunch of featured games at one point that aren't on SteamOS. That's actually a bit misleading even with the disclaimer (why show them at all!), but hey, the more advertising SteamOS gets the better it will be for us.

Pretty decent internals for this box too, quite surprising really for such a small unit.

You can see their full official page on it here. It also bugs me a bit that their SteamOS section side picture shows games that aren't on SteamOS. It also makes me laugh that it states "*internet connection may be required.", may be required? More like is required folks. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Eike 3 Nov, 2015
Nice trailer! Give us more! :D
devland 3 Nov, 2015
The video shows them playing witcher 3 on it.
Do they know something we don't?
Pecisk 3 Nov, 2015
Quoting: devlandThe video shows them playing witcher 3 on it.
Do they know something we don't?

Witcher 3 has always been shown whatever Valve has advertised SteamOS. It was also game listen in games coming to SteamOS during GDC. As there's no official information about port yet, there's little to speculate about that. However signs are there.
Pecisk 3 Nov, 2015
Now that's what I call good SM ad. Also I like how they don't shy away from it running SteamOS. Now, let's wait for naysayers to tear it all down :)
FutureSuture 3 Nov, 2015
What's wrong in this image?

Eike 3 Nov, 2015
Quoting: FutureSutureWhat's wrong in this image?

Only the colour of the table.

I hope.

;)


Last edited by Eike on 3 November 2015 at 2:57 pm UTC
Pecisk 3 Nov, 2015
Quoting: FutureSutureWhat's wrong in this image?

Trying to be way too picky?
johndoe86x 3 Nov, 2015
Quoting: FutureSutureWhat's wrong in this image?


I agree, this is going to bite Valve come launch.
Keyrock 3 Nov, 2015
The GTX 960 is a capable card, pretty much good to go at 1080p for most games (not always maxed). What's the price on this box, out of curiosity?
FutureSuture 3 Nov, 2015
Quoting: Pecisk
Quoting: FutureSutureWhat's wrong in this image?
Trying to be way too picky?
Don't be ridiculous! People will see this and think the depicted games are on Linux. unless they pay close attention. How many of us can say that the general consumer does that, however?
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