Valve Introduces the Steam Link

One of the major difference between PC gaming and console gaming is the fact that you can't really do much on the couch with your PC. Sure, you can plug your high-end gaming rig into your television, but picking it up and moving it from your desk isn't exactly super fun or easy to do. Well Valve has an answer for that, and I'm not talking about going out and buying a brand new Steam Box. The new Steam Link uses your existing gaming computer and turns it into a multi-room gaming hub! It uses picture over CAT5 Ethernet cable processing to transfer full HD 1080p at 60 frames per second to any room in your house.

The small set-top-box has an Ethernet graphics port, HDMI out, 3 USB ports, and built-in WiFi and retails for $49.99. You can pick one up on Valve's website today. It's compatible with the Steam Controller and other wired USB gaming controllers.

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