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Dave (1), Iyaz (.5) and I (1) are back again for the latest episode of the weekly HotHardware Video Podcast. In this week's episode, we talk about Dell’s new XPS notebooks, Wireless HDMI / WHDI kits from Asus and brite-View, Apple's latest 11.6” and 13.3” MacBook Airs, and a low-priced, Android-based tablet--the CherryPad.... Read more...
Home Theater PC buffs rejoice, wireless transmission of HDMI® connections has finally come of age.  Though there are currently two camps gaining traction in the market (Intel's WiDi and WHDI), the bottom line is lag-free full HD 1080p wireless video/audio transmission is now a reality.  No longer does that HTPC need to be shoehorned... Read more...
We’re a little late this time around, but we’re back with the latest episode of the HotHardware Video Podcast. In this week’s episode, we talk about AMD’s upcoming “Fusion” Llano APU, the brand new Radeon HD 6800 series graphics cards, Samsung’s Epic 4G Android-based SmartPhone, and WD’s massive... Read more...
We're back with the latest HotHardware weekly podcast.  This time around, we talke about NVIDIA's move into direct retail sales, a 3D-ready Lenovo notebook, SandForce's upcoming SF-2000 family of SSD processors, the booming smartphone market, we also take some reader questions and hint at an upcoming contest too... Show Notes: 00:17 -... Read more...
There's little debate, if you took a poll of the notebook-toting business community, with respect to what the most popular workhorse machine has been over the past decade or more, the response would likely be the Lenovo (formerly IBM) ThinkPad.  Whether it's due to IBM and Lenovo's innovations over the years... Read more...
We’re back for the latest installment of our weekly video podcast. In this episode, we talk about Zotac’s sleek, new, Blu-Ray equipped ZBox nettop, malware riddled GPUs (not really!), the OCZ IBIS high-performance solid state drive, and RIM’s upcoming Blackberry Playbook tablet. We also take a couple of reader questions,... Read more...
Nettops are not nearly as popular as their mobile contemporaries, i.e. netbooks, arguably due to the lack of any significant horsepower within the tiny machines. Up until now, most nettops have been good for little more than basic Office duties, Web surfing, and occasional 720p (max) movie playback. There's a fine line that has to... Read more...
We're back again this week with another HotHardware video podcast chatting it up about recent developments in tech, PC hardware and related industry news. This week we cover NVIDIA's various announcements from the GPU Technology Conference which just took place in San Jose. We also cover some new chips from Intel and AMD, talk about our in-depth... Read more...
Thanks to yesterday's announcement, we know that NVIDIA will be pushing out Tegra chips annually, or at least that's the plan at this point, but what about GPUs? Like the title says, the next big thing coming down the pipeline according the NVIDIA's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang will come along sometime next year, and... Read more...
The little HTPC (Home Theater PC) and media center software start-up, Boxee, has been making a splash on the web scene since it first debuted in public beta back in January 2010.  The software was developed in an effort for cross-platform support and as such, has received a lot of air-play on the internet by end users, social media as... Read more...
We're back again this week with another HotHardware video podcast chatting it up about recent developments in tech hardware and related industry news.  This week we cover all the goodness coming out of Intel's Developer Forum that Marco attended in San Francisco, as well as hot new netbook, notebook and WiCast products from Asus, ViewSonic's... Read more...
Tablets certainly seem to be all the rage this year and it's likely that the holiday buying season will be rife with offerings from some of the major players.  Folks just can't seem to get enough tablets these days, though the design concept has been around for years.  And why not, somebody has to bring competition for the iPad. ... Read more...
We are back again this week with a brand new video podcast to talk about some recent developments in the hardware and technology scenes. Topics in this episode of the HotHardware Video Podcast include the coverage from the Global Technology Conference, Origin’s insane PC / Xbox 360 hybrid, the AMD FirePro 9800 professional workstation... Read more...
We’re back again this week with a brand new video podcast to talk about some recent developments in the hardware and technology scenes. Topics in this episode include the Dell Streak, some affordable ATI Radeon HD 5500 series graphics cards, a slew of announcements out of Apple regarding iOS 4.x, Apple TV, iPods and Unreal Engine on... Read more...
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