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Submitted by mpctips 880d ago | rumor

Infinity Ward Posts Picture of Branded Xi3 Piston PC (aka Steam Box)

Maximum PC: There was quite a bit of mystery surrounding Xi3's Piston PC at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this year. Early reports pegged the PC as being Valve's hotly anticipated Steam Box, and when asked straight up by Maximum PC Online Editor Jimmy Thang, Xi3's chief marketing manager, David Politis, played it coy. Now two months later, a branded version of Xi3's Piston PC has broken cover on Facebook and Twitter. (Infinity Ward, PC hardware, Valve, Xi3 'Steambox')

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newsguy  +   881d ago
i want one!
TGBSeth   881d ago | Trolling | show
Feralkitsune  +   880d ago
But, this is not the steam box.
Dagobert  +   880d ago
Real talk, that's an X box.
Cueil  +   880d ago
These things have been around for a while

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