Steam Link is Valve's handy little device that allows for the streaming of games from a PC to a TV. All you need to do is plug it into the back of the set, connect the Link to your network and you're good to go. Usually, the Steam Link can go for anywhere up to around $40 but now Steam has the device listed for just $2.50. That's a massive 95 percent off.
We reviewed the Steam Link and found it to be a decent solution to playing PC games on the big screen. And it seems many are taking full advantage of this offer as Valve has confirmed a delivery delay due to the high volume of orders. Options are available, including packing a Steam Controller, but regardless of which bundle you select, you'll need to pay for delivery.
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