Posted on 1st Mar 2010 at 12:20 by Podcast with 15 comments
The long-awaited (or so we’d like to think) tenth episode of the Hardware Podcast sees Rich, Clive, Harry and James rather confused about tenses and timelines. You’d think that four reasonably intelligent hardware reviewers would be able to understand that if you record a pod on Thursday to cast on Monday, you need to act as if Monday is in the past. Apparently not. Revealed in this pod: the capital of Hardwareland is Gulftown, and the most effective components for an energy-efficient PC.
Posted on 23rd Oct 2009 at 17:37 by Podcast with 11 comments
First off, apologies for not getting this up yesterday, and for it being so quiet the first time - the podcast fairy has been pretty slack this week. This is the seventh hardware podcast, and Rich, Harry and Tim are joined by Asus bod Iain Bristow. If any other manufacturers would like to join us for pod, please let us know and we'll try to organise it. Up for discussion are:
Posted on 8th Oct 2009 at 19:35 by Podcast with 10 comments
The sixth Hardware podcast sees Antony, Clive, Harry and Rich chat about all the latest hardware goings on. Discussed in the episode is Nvidia’s new GPU architecture, Fermi. Yes, yes, Nvidia’s got a Fermi – stop sniggering at the back!
Our latest issue is packed with tiny PC goodies, as we review a load of NUC motherboards and cases, as well as mSATA SSDs and SODIMM memory. We also take a look inside the Total War engine and show you how to paint your hardware.