While Scott's busy benchmarking some very exciting hardware due out in the very near future, other members of the TR team have been putting the finishing touches on TR v3.0. We've already shown you mockups and taken you around our new comment system. Now, we're ready for the next step: a public beta test of the entire new site, which is currently running on our development server at http://trweb2.techreport.com/.
We'd appreciate if you, our intrepid readers, could head over there and kick the tires on this thing. That should help ensure an optimal experience when we switch over for good... which will hopefully be very soon.
Now, I should note a few things.
With all that said, feel free to dive in and tell us if you notice anything that doesn't work right or could be improved.
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