The TR Podcast 176: Project Cars, cable to the Maxx & the Tao of Chi

Duration: 1:30:36

Hosted by: Scott Wasson

Co-Hosts: Geoff Gasior and Jeff Kampman


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Show notes

Introducing the disastrously overdue audio version of episode 176 of the Tech Report Podcast. This week, we talked about Project Cars and hard-core racing sims versus arcadey racers. Then we dug into Asus’ new ZenFone 2, Time Warner’s Maxx service, and Asus’ Transformer T300 Chi convertible.

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Video edition

Tech discussion

  • Project Cars is out!

    Catalyst 15.5 beta may help Radeons in The Witcher 3, Project Cars – Read more

    Moorefield-powered ZenFone 2 available tomorrow for $199 unlocked – Read more

    Fractal Design murders out the Define R5 – Read more

    Gigabyte’s new dual-socket Xeon board supports CrossFire and SLI – Read more

    Time Warner slings free Maxx upgrades to counter Google Fiber – Read more

    LG demos OLED TV less than a millimeter thick – Read more

    Mediatek packs 10 cores into its Helio X20 SoC – Read more

    Asus’ Transformer Book T300 Chi convertible reviewed – Read more

    AMD’s high-bandwidth memory explained – Read more

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

Comments closed
    • End User
    • 5 years ago

    The mention of that Maxx product reminded me of the Rage Fury MAXX. Hard to believe I worked for ATI 15 years ago.

    • Geonerd
    • 5 years ago

    Regarding pCars. Dudes, if you’re steering your car with a bleeping X-Box controller, you’re playing an arcade game, not racing in a sim. :/

    Please try a decent wheel and split-axis pedals. FF is nice, if configured to provide subtle feedback, but is not necessary.

    • appaws
    • 5 years ago

    Love the podcast guys. Keep up the great work!

    • WillBach
    • 5 years ago

    Downloading! Does this mean the stream with David Kanter won’t be a standalone podcast episode?

      • UberGerbil
      • 5 years ago

      Yeah, I was hoping it would show up in that form; I keep meaning to strip the audio out of that and put it into my podcast app so I could listen to it while driving but never got around to it. (I really need to do that, because I’m never going to watch the video).

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