Scott is back from the infamous Consumer Electronics Show in the city of sin, and he bears a loaded report from all our favorite PC hardware companies. You’ll hear about all the latest from Nvidia, AMD, and Intel, plus highlights from players like Enermax—and the skinny on an intriguing virtual reality product from Oculus. Jordan and Geoff pepper in questions and comments throughout, as well, making for an all around fantastic hour-and-a-half of audible tech reporting.
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The Nvidia update (0:02:37) – Nvidia shows new Tegra chip, cloud gaming, handheld console – Project Shield on video
Oculus Rift is freaking amazing – (0:17:47) – Read more
Lenovo all-in-one doubles as tabletop PC – (0:25:30) – Read more
AMD at CES – (0:30:25) – AMD shares latest mobile, desktop roadmap – Process tweaks and power management define AMD’s Richland APU – New details, early benchmark data revealed for 15W Kabini APU – 11.6-inch Vizio tablet taps AMD APU
Intel at CES – (0:42:26) – Intel reveals 7W Ivy Bridge CPUs, convertible Haswell ultrabook
– Haswell integrated graphics keeps up with GeForce GT 650M
– New, cheaper Intel NUC coming next month – 11.6-inch Vizio tablet taps AMD APU
Green MX switches, blank caps appear on Cooler Master keyboards – (0:56:59) – Read more
Enermax to offer all-white CPU cooler – (1:04:06) – Read more
Western Digital demos hybrid SSHD technology – (1:06:45) – Read more
Micron and Crucial introduce next-gen M500 SSD – (1:11:18) – Read more
OCZ readies PCIe Vector solid-state drive – (1:13:46) – Read more
That’s all, folks! We’ll see you on the next episode in 2013.