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Cheapest Alienware Steam Machine Price in Philippines is ₱ 24,226.56

The Alienware Steam Machine is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Alienware Steam Machine price in Philippines is ₱ 24,226.56 from Galleon. Alienware Steam Machine price details are updated July 2020.

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Price List by Country for Alienware Steam Machine

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 3,798.48 ₱ 24,227.00
Philippines PHP 24,226.56 ₱ 24,227.00

Alienware Steam Machine Specs

Processor Type Intel Core i3
Operating System Linux
Bit Architecture 64bit
Processor Clock Speed 3.2GHz
Processor Manufacturer Intel
Number of Processing Cores 2
Graphics Chipset Intel
Graphics Memory 2000MB
Memory Type DDR3
Maximum Memory Expansion 16GB
Memory Slots 2
Memory Clock Speed 1600MHz
Hard Drive Type SSD
Hard Drive Speed 7200RPM
Number of Installed Hard Drives 1
Power Supply 130W
Colour Black
Weight 1.81kg
Dimensions (W x H x D) 200 x 200 x 55mm
Optical Drive
Optical Drives Type No
Read Write No
Connector Ports
Headphone/Mic Yes
USB 2.0 2
USB Type-C No
USB 3.0 2
Input Device
Monitor Yes
Mouse Yes
Keyboard Yes

Reviews of Alienware Steam Machine
Reviewed on 2015-12-30
Great introduction to PC gaming, System is fast and responsive, Vast indie game library, Intuitive and clean UI, SteamOS open platform great for modding
Limited AAA title library, Limited functionality, Finicky controller has a steep learning curve
Dell's Alienware Steam Machine is under the microscope today. In partnership with several leading PC makers, Valve has finally taken their often-talked about Steam Machine with custom SteamOS to market, promising the depth and precision of PC gaming drive...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-23
Attractive interfac, Lots of great game, Good performanc, Hualicho Dec 2, 201, 4:24 P, Free web gaming (no xboxlive silver-gold/ psp bullxxx), Not on the list of pros, 0
Expensiv, Peripheral limitation, Not as robust as either a console or a gaming PC
At long last, Steam Machines have arrived, and gamers everywhere can get a full PC experience right from their living rooms — at least in theory. The Alienware Steam Machine ($450 - $750) is one of the most visible models of the new PC/console hybrids, an...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-22
Tiny form factor, Easy to set up, Easy entry into PC gaming, Great performance for the price, Brings a gaming console experience to PC gaming, Tons of games available, Steam Controller is a revelation in PC gaming
SteamOS has some growing up to do; Many triple-A games are not available on SteamOS
The Alienware Steam Machine is unlike any computer I've ever used before. It's built small enough to fit seamlessly with your living room entertainment center while also providing an excellent gaming experience. While the game library leaves something to...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-17
Small and compact, Quiet operation, Powerful enough to play all recent games, Included content bundle, Ability to stream games from your PC if they are not compatible with SteamOS, HDMI-in port, Community of Steam Controller configurations
Not as many titles as Windows (SteamOS issue), Is Linux based so it's harder to find compatible software for streaming and other tasks (SteamOS issue), Steam Controller runs on batteries and is not rechargeable
The term Steam Machine is something we've been hearing for a while now, but the actual real Steam Machines are only coming out now. A Steam Machine is meant to bridge the gap between a console gamer and traditional PC gamer. It brings the Steam experience...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-16
There's no question that computing has slowly been moving away from the traditional desktop model and towards a mobile, always-on, always-available reality. Gaming has also been shifting away from the desktop and moving into the living room, with Microsof...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-10
Gaming fandom wars of the past are child's play compared with the real eternal struggle between consoles and gaming PCs. Console acolytes boast of the convenience and ubiquity of their chosen platforms. PC zealots claim that the knowledge needed to squeez...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-10
The Alienware Steam Machine brings Valve's Steam OS concept to life at an affordable price. It has a larger launch library than any living room console and it includes the unique new Steam Controller
Steam OS is locked out of a vast majority of the Steam game library, including nearly every hot new PC game. The controller has a deep learning curve, and will never be the best choice for some games. The more capable Windows version of this hardware cost...
While we've been playing with Alienware's Steam Machine hardware with Valve's Steam OS operating system and Steam Controller for some time now, the final product has only just been deemed ready for sale to the public, after numerous updates to the system...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-10
An authentic-feeling PC games "console" that just works, Powerful enough to run almost everything on the Steam marketplace, Steam Controller enables "PC-only" experiences from the couch
SteamOS' Linux Library doesn't have everything you want to play, Some games suffer from an odd, occasional stutter, The console store is harder to navigate than the web version, Can't turn the console on with just the controller
I laughed when the rumors started back in 2012: "Valve is building a PC-based game console for living rooms." Sure it is, I thought. Imagine my shock when "Steam Machines" turned out to be real. The project promised a bizarre, revolutionary controller, a...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-06
Since this is a First Impressions post, I won't go into too much detail about the system, as I'll leave that for my full review. But I'd like to give you an overall sense of Alienware's Steam Machine after I've had a few hours of playtime.Check out my Unb...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-02
The Alienware Steam Machine has been rumored for a long time, with the beta testing invites going out way back in 2013 . However, the project has been continuously delayed , and some wondered if the new gaming system was nothing more than vaporware. Even...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-29
One of the hotly anticipated gadgets for the holiday season is the Alienware Steam Machine. This compact device is designed to put a complete PC gaming system in your living room, capable of playing games from Steam's extensive library. I've had the oppor...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-13
The Alienware Alpha will use its own interface built on top of Windows 8.1 rather than Valve's Linux-based SteamOS. But Steam is still the lifeblood of this system, as the small-footprint box will bring PC gaming to your HDTV using Steam's “Big Picture” m...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-19
Steam is a massive online gaming platform that reaches 100 million players worldwide. Now, Valve, the company behind Steam, along with a litany of hardware makers (in this case Dell/Alienware) wants to go head-to-head with Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft.Th...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-10
Compact, attractive design, Includes Steam Controller, SteamOS brings PC-gaming innovations to the television, Performance surpasses consoles
No Windows support, Only compatible with the fraction of Linux games available on Steam, Pricey considering the specs
Gaming fandom wars of the past are child's play compared with the real eternal struggle between consoles and gaming PCs. Console acolytes boast of the convenience and ubiquity of their chosen platforms. PC zealots claim that the knowledge needed to squeez...
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