According to a report from Polygon.com, Valve's Doug Lombardi confirmed that the company will showcase new Steam Machines prototypes at the upcoming Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2015 scheduled to start on March 2 in San Francisco. Valve has previously detailed a total of 13 partners which are part of the Steam Machines project, including the likes of Alienware, Zotac, CyberPowerPC, iBuyPower, Maingear.
For those who came in late, Valve's Steam Machines project is a device that will be based on a variety of hardware components, price range and run on Valve's own SteamOS operating system.
Valve has originally planned to released Steam Machines sometime last year, but company has decided to delay the release this year.
It will certainly be interesting to see the new Steam Machines prototypes and see if there are any new partners with new and interesting hardware combinations.