Wednesday Shortbread


— 11:03 AM on January 28, 2015

Eight is Enough

  1. Testing USB 3.1 at AnandTech: Some preliminary
    results with the MSI X99A Gaming 9 ACK
  2. AnandTech: Dell updates ultrabook thin M3800 mobile workstation with 4K display
  3. Ars Technica: The dream of Windows phone on tablets is almost coming true
  4. WCCFtech: AMD Bristol Ridge APUs will
    succeed Kaveri refresh in 2016 on the 28nm node
  5. PCPer: Nvidia discloses full memory structure and limitations of GTX 970
  6. WCCFtech: Nvidia working on new driver for GeForce GTX 970
    to tune memory allocation problems and improve performance
  7. SweClockers: AMD Radeon Rx 400 series to be called Arctic Islands (in Swedish)
  8. VideoCardz: AMD Radeon R9 300 series rumors

Wednesday

  1. AnandTech's interview with OCZ's CEO Ralph Schmitt
  2. TechRadar: hp Spectre 13 x360 breaks cover, looks like a Yoga 3 Pro twin
  3. DigiTimes: Notebook vendors eye 12" notebooks
  4. The Verge: Microsoft is no longer manufacturing the Surface 2
  5. Neowin: Microsoft confirms it is working on extension support for Spartan
  6. Linux 3.19-rc6
  7. ITworld: LibreOffice finally arrives on Android
  8. Dealzon: iPad Air 2 goes cheap. Now $389.99
  9. Dealzon's deals: $100 off Alienware Alpha i7-4765T, $200 off Surface
    Pro 2 512GB / keyboard, and $90 off 500GB Samsung 840 EVO 2.5" SSD
Systems and storage

  1. TweakTown's ECS Liva X mini PC review
  2. Madshrimps review Shuttle XH97V barebone
  3. HotHardware's Dell XPS 13 (2015) ultrabook review
  4. KitGuru's MSI GT80 Titan review (2x GTX 980M)
  5. Asus C300M Chromebook user review at Technology X
  6. OCC's Asus Rampage V Extreme review
  7. AnandTech's Transcend SSD370 review
Multimedia, cases, and cooling

  1. Techgage reviews BitFenix Flo headset
  2. ThinkComputers reviews Cougar 600M mouse
  3. Ocaholic's NZXT S340 case review
  4. techPowerUp! reviews In Win D-Frame Mini
  5. FrostyTech's Reeven Ouranos RC-1401 heatsink review
  6. Hardwareslave's Raijintek Themis CPU cooler review
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