Third-party Steam Machine manufacturer Alienware is aiming to release its SteamOS gaming PC in September, a representative confirmed to Polygon via email.
The announcement was made at Valve's Steam Dev Days developer summit, though no information on pricing or specs were provided.
Earlier this month, Alienware said that its machine would be priced competitively with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The company is still working on the PC's design and iteration process, though it is expected to ship with an Intel CPU and Nvidia-powered graphics. It will also include Valve's Steam Controller.
Alienware was revealed as one of Valve's Steam Machine partners at CES 2014, along with CyberPowerPC, Next, Zotac and several others.