Sources: Valve , , Engadget, The Verge
quote: I'm already sitting on the most flexible OS in the world and it's called Windows 8
quote: Can I play non-steam games on this?
quote: Will all Steam games currently available work?
quote: I still need an actual computer, right?
quote: Can SteamOS do anything other than stream games from my PC?
quote: Why wouldn't I just get an HDMI cable?
quote: Does the streaming work via WiFi? What kind of bandwidth is needed so FPS games aren't choppy/shitty?
quote: How many hotkeys can you bind to the controller?
quote: While we're at it, why do people think controller offer more control than a mouse/keyboard?
quote: Am I the only one who likes watching TV while I game?
quote: What is Valve's target market for this?
quote: Bottom line is they want you to abandon Windows in favor of SteamOS, which is a 'lite OS' that CLAIMS to have appreciable performance benefits for gaming by removing 'built in latency' whatever that even means as no one has noticed this in the 15-20 years games have been coming out for PC...
quote: Linux vs Windows exclusives and now you require two OSs just to play all your games. I know I certainly don't want that.
quote: That doesn't make any sense. Having gaming on PC is never going to move over the existing library of tens of thousands of DOS/Windows 95/Windows 98 games. Exclusives will only further fragment the ecosystem.
quote: And by then if you tell people why it used to suck they won't get it as they've already forgotten the beginning. People don't have that long a memory these days :p