Featuring some of the highest profile graphics and processing in any “Steam Box” PC TV console, ZOTAC has a new item set to hit the market and it’s a beauty.

Having created what ZOTAC is calling the “birth of the next generation gaming platform”, the ZOTAC SN970 will unhook PC gaming from the desk, bringing the power of a PC and the flexibility of Steam to the living room. Building upon the success of the series of micro-PCs we saw at CES, as well as the ZBOX E-Series EN760, the SN970 will pack the heat with a high quality gaming experience designed for controllers. Featuring a discrete Nvidia GTX 970M graphics card and preloaded SteamOS and the brand new Steam Controller boxed in, the console is ready to go right out of the box.

For those interested in the hard specifications of the new Steam Box from ZOTAC, here’s a clip of the complete internals provided by ZOTAC.


In case you had as much trouble reading this as we did:

1x HDMI input
4X HDMI 2.0 output, supports 4k UHD @60hz
20/30 Nvidia Surround
Dual Gigabit Ethernet

6th Generation Intel Processor
Nvidia GeForce GTX 970M 3GB GDDR5
4 USB 3.0/2 USB 2.0 ports
802.11ac Wi-Fi wireless LAN
SD/SDHC/SDXC card reader
Standard mic in, stereo out

ZOTAC has yet to release a date for the launch of this PC, though Steam has revealed a price point and release window of $999.99 in November 2015. You can pick up this and other ZOTAC PCs at Fry’s Electronics, Best Buy and other retailers as soon as it comes to market or on Steam directly right over here.