Jan 8, 2013
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Xi3’s Steam-funded hardware is codenamed ‘Piston,’ will be based on newly announced 7A computer
Earlier today, modular computer manufacturer Xi3 announced that it had received funding from Valve to create a gaming-focused system tailored for Steam’s recently announced Big Picture Mode. Xi3 has revealed that the project is known as “Piston” and will be based on the company’s 7A computer. 

Xi3’s Steam-funded hardware is codenamed ‘Piston,’ will be based on newly announced 7A computer

Earlier today, modular computer manufacturer Xi3 announced that it had received funding from Valve to create a gaming-focused system tailored for Steam’s recently announced Big Picture Mode. Xi3 has revealed that the project is known as “Piston” and will be based on the company’s 7A computer. 

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    If the Steam Box is that small, how much graphics performance can you really get out of it?
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