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steam

(stēm) [AS. steam, vapor]
1. The invisible vapor into which water is converted at the boiling point.
2. The mist formed by condensation of water vapor.
3. Any vaporous exhalation.
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The Steam Machine link was previously accessible under the Hardware category on the Steam's site.
Another advantage that a steam machine has is the library of games.
"It is an exciting time for us as we inch closer to our official launch but with our start-up funds in place, we are looking ahead to an already exciting year bringing the Steam Machine Brewing Company's products to the people at last."
Carsten Berger, senior director, said: "Zotac is pleased to work with Valve Software to create the ZBox Steam Machine. Gamers can expect the latest Intel Core processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics processor in the upcoming Steam Machine."
"It was a high-flow hot steam machine. I made it and contracted it out.
Langson's low cost, scalable clean energy production units are significant to the global energy landscape because traditional turbines have difficulties with saturated steam, but the Steam Machine seamlessly converts it to clean power.
The Steam Link will allow users to stream content from a PC or a Steam machine on the same network.
Valve has stepped up its plans for new gaming platforms by announcing 14 types of Steam Machine designs that are in production and set to be made available in 2014.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Those dastardly devils at iFixit have managed to get their mitts on one of Valve's 300 Steam Machine prototypes and, of course, torn it down.
Having recently broken the magical 28.00sec barrier in winning an A1, the Kinloch Brae whelp then recorded 28.20sec in a trial - a time that was 62 and 81 spots better than the marks posted by Steam Machine and Risky Blue respectively at the same session.
"Following customer demand, we are currently developing an improved industrial steam machine which will be less than half the price of existing technologies."
THE BIG CLEAN: John Armstrong (left), from Rugby BID, and John Smythe, of Schmidt Hot Jet, ride on the steam machine in Sheep Street as it gets rid of unwanted deposits of chewing gum.