The TR Podcast 8: The Mini-Note and the Zune

A post-Computex trio of subnotebook news, chipset talk, and Microsoft's Zune

Date: June 14, 2008
Time: 1:03:52

Hosted by Jordan Drake
Co-Hosts: Cyril Kowaliski, Geoff Gasior

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Show Notes
Cyril and Geoff join us in this episode to talk tech news and tech topics. We discuss Computex and the iPhone 3G, as well as Geoff's review of the HP 2133 Mini-Note subnotebook. The episode finishes with a first-ever podcast product review. Jordan takes us through his experience with the 80GB Microsoft Zune to answer the question, "Can a die-hard iPod fan learn to love the Zune?"

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Tech News:

    Computex overview: Nvidia GeForce 9M GPUs, Nvidia's new Tegra SOC, more Asus Eee PC details, VIA's Mini-ITX 2.0 spec, and more (0:21:07) - Read more - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7

    Apple's iPhone 3G launch (0:37:29) - Read more

Tech Topics:

    HP's 2133 Mini-Note subnotebook (0:56:51) - Read more

    Intel's P45 Express chipset (0:56:51) - Read more

    Jordan reviews the Microsoft Zune (0:56:51) – Article coming this week

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