Valve is showing off a prototype of its "Steam Box" PC at CES 2013 made to work with games using the Steam Big Picture mode, with an image clearly showing a Windows license sticker on the PC case.
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Big picture mode
Games from Steam will soon be easily played on TV, with controller support for television interaction. The Big Picture Mode will be available soon, revealed Valve's Jason Holtman at Develop conference