At CES, Valve premiered its third-party Steam Machines from 13 ground-floor manufacturers: Alienware, Alternate, Cyberpower PC, Digital Storm, Falcon Northwest, Gigabyte, iBuyPower, Materiel.net, Next Spa, Origin PC, Scan, Webhallen and Zotac. The cheapest Steam Machine clocks in at $500, Valve said, and already Digital Storm unveiled its hybrid PC model that starts at $1,900. The Falcon Northwest Tiki costs up to $6,000.

The size, shape and capability of each Steam Machine varies as much as the price. Find your favorite (or the one you can afford) below.

Alienware – price TBD
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Alienware Steam Machine



Alternate – $1,340
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Alternate Steam Machine



CyberpowerPC – starting at $500
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CyberpowerPC Steam Machine



Digital Storm – $2,580
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Digital Storm Steam Machine



Falcon Northwest – $1,800 to $6,000
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Falcon Northwest Steam Machine



Gigabyte – Price TBD
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Gigabyte Steam Machine



iBuyPower – starting at $500
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iBuyPower Steam Machine



Materiel.net – $1,100
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Materiel.net Steam Machine



Next Spa – Price TBD
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Next Spa Steam Machine



Origin PC – Price TBD
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Origin PC Steam Machine



Scan – $1,090
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Scan Steam Machine



Webhallen – $1,500
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Webhallen Steam Machine



Zotac – $600
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Zotac Steam Machine

This article was originally published on Joystiq.