Valve's Hardware Could Be Playable As Early As Next Year

Valve's Jeri Ellsworth has told Engadget that the company has begun extensive internal beta testing of gaming hardware it's been working on, and that the public might be able to get their hands on the stuff as early as next year.

Apparently Valve's already got a "production line" in place for small runs of hardware, which would enable select groups of people to test out new gear and, after feedback, allow Valve to make any changes necessary.

So what exactly would this hardware be? Who knows. It could be VR goggles. It could be a control pad. It could be something else entirely!

Valve's first hardware beta starting by next year, wearable computing still far off [Engadget]


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    Anyone read 'Ready Player One'?

    The VR video game in that novel was produced in late 2012...

    So....nobody has heard of "VALVe time" then?

      Did someone say Valve Time?

      Half-Life 3 rant here

    I'm betting on a brain interface to implant thoughts like "You're really okay with Half Life 3 never being released.. just thinking about that makes you happy."

    VR? Then Gabe goes all Sword Art Online stuff were we play with our lives

    Occulus-Steam-box!?

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