PC Perspective Podcast #238 – 02/14/2013
Join us this week as we discuss the Thinkpad Tablet 2, Raspberry Pi, Nonvolatile DIMMS and more!
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Program length: 1:13:52
Podcast topics of discussion:
Week in Reviews:
- 0:02:00 Crysis 3 Live Game Stream – Win Free Stuff!!
- 0:04:10 Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 Preview
- 0:09:15 Rosewill Tachyon Series 1000 watt power supply
- 0:12:00 Gigabyte GA-F2A85X-UP4 Preview
- 0:16:18 This Podcast is brought to you by MSI!
News items of interest:
- 0:17:50 Reports of no new AMD cards for 2013
- 0:26:40 Windows is feeling "blue"
- 0:32:15 Nonvolatile DIMMs
- 0:38:08 Raspberry Pie 5MP camera module
- 0:43:55 NVIDIA bundles credits for free to play games
- 0:49:30 Corsair Acquires Simple Audio
- 0:53:00 Intel confirms upcoming set top box
0:56:45 Hardware / Software Pick of the Week
- Ryan: A Raspberry Pi device
- Jeremy: ping -p 32 -s 1110 x.x.x.x
- Josh: System Shock 2 on GOG.com
- Allyn: ioSafe N2
- 0:56:45 Hardware / Software Pick of the Week
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Fun and informative as usual.
Fun and informative as usual. So glad to hear you guys are getting more readers and listeners. Ryan, all the podcasts you do really enhances the site. The slew of excellent psu reviews as of late are fantastic. I am one of those enthusiasts who love boring components such as psu’s and fans. I originally came to your site after techreport made crApple a prominent part of the discussion. crApple excitement will fade, but pc hardware will always be fun and exiting.