In addition to the Valve-developed prototype box, third-party manufacturers will be making their own Steam Machines. Valve's attempt at taking over your living room will go into full effect in 2014. One of the first hardware partners to announce an official Steam Machine is iBuyPower.
The company will have two models: Gordon and Freeman. According to Engadget, the two consoles will be identical, except for the light bar around the middle. One will be clear while the other will be black when not illuminated. There's no details on what's inside the box, but iBuyPower says it will be able to play "all Steam titles in 1080p resolution at 60fps."