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Alienware's Steam Machine is just as beautiful on the inside as it is the outside

Last week, Phil Kollar and I wrote up our thoughts on how Alienware's soon-to-be-released Steam Machine performs as a PC-meets-console. Today, I decided to see how it easy it is to take the sleek, little box apart for upgrading and just pointing and grinning.

Spoiler: It's SUPER easy. All you have to do is remove four screws and you're inside. Once you've popped off the plastic, you can easily access the hard drive to replace it, or the memory to do likewise.

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