The TR Podcast 127: The CES 2013 extravaganza

The Tech Report Podcast

Date: January 22, 2012
Duration: 1:26:38

Hosted by: Jordan Drake

Co-Hosts: Scott Wasson and Geoff Gasior

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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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That’s all, folks! We’ll see you on the next episode in 2013.

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    • oliviadub11a
    • 7 years ago
    • axeman
    • 7 years ago

    When I heard about Occulus Rift, the first thing I thought of was Dactyl Nightmare. Is this what Scott is referencing? [url<][/url<]

    • galco093x99
    • 7 years ago
    • chelseyox9aa
    • 7 years ago
    • chelseyox9aa
    • 7 years ago
    • bodom81
    • 7 years ago

    I am intrigued by the “Occulus?” I haven’t been impressed by too many innovations for quite awhile… I did enjoy the Hobbit in 3D, but it wasn’t as impressive as what Scott describes. As I only got to listen to half of the podcast I look forward to hearing the rest of it! Keep up the good work guys.

    • Silus
    • 7 years ago

    Good podcast as usual!

    At about 1h20mins in, as Scott talks about the OCZ debacle with their ex-CEO, it seems like Scott is talking with Geoff, but we can only hear Scott.

    Regarding NVIDIA’s project Shield, I’m not entirely sure that it’s NVIDIA’s reaction to probably not being in any of the next gen consoles. It certainly helped, but Shield seems to target a different market actually, since It acts more like a sort of PC extension than a console.

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