TP-Link C5400X Router Walkthrough

Sonarworks True-Fi

LG V30 Smartphone

P1 Power Sport Watch
P1 Power Sport Watch

Ivy Bridge Preview: Core i7 3770K

AnandTech has a look at the new Core i7 3770K and finds out that this new chip from Intel has a very hefty GPU inside.  The embedded graphics is handled with the Intel HD 4000 series and it looks pretty decent as it can play Skyrim.  What amazes me, is that this chip is a mere 77W.





Mini RAM Roundup

With the price of RAM dropping like it has, it is a great time to grab some extra RAM.  Take a look at a few of the kits available today.

AMD Performance Edition 8GB DDR3-1600 Memory Kit - HiTechLegion --=-- G.Skill Ripjaws-Z DDR3 1866MHz 16GB Memory Kit - eTeknix --=-- Kingston HyperX Red Limited Edition DDR3-1600 2x4GB Memory Kit - HiTechLegion --=-- G.Skill RipjawsZ DDR3-2133MHz 16GB - HardwareHeaven

Office 15 Information

The Verge has posted up some screenshots of the upcoming Office 15 suite from Microsoft.  This new version looks pretty minimalistic and it looks like very touch-screen oriented.  This is not a bad idea as Windows 8 looks very touch-screen oriented anyway and combined with this suite, you have a very complete and product Windows 8 phone, tablet and PC experience. 

A small number of third-party partners, OEMs, and businesses have access to the code, but Microsoft is staying mum on the exact features of its next release. We previously took a closer look at Office 15 with detailed screenshots of its new Metro inspired interface, showing off the clean and simple look for the future of Office.

It's All Cool

As we wrap up the hardware news for today, we've got a collection of cooling products to share.  As chilly as it is in Alberta, my mind is not on cooling so much these days, but let's face it - we don't all live in the arctic.


Episode #149 - Valve Wants A Console

Episode #149 of Weekly Tech Update is now available on iTunes and the Zune Marketplace.  This is our weekly podcast that covers the hottest stuff in tech - not only around BCCHardware, but also the world.  Check it out over here - as well as a free download in the iTunes store and the Zune Marketplace.

In this episode we will be discussing the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, Valve Wants a Gaming Console and Japan can shut you up with a gun. We have those stories and more...

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Game On

It's cold, snowy and it's a good day to stay indoors get some game on.  We've gathered up a collection of game reviews to share.

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 - HardwareSecrets --=-- Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour - TweakTown --=-- HardwareHeaven

Syndicate - HardwareHeaven --=-- Unstoppage Gorg - eTeknix --=-- Dear Esther - MEGATechNews --=-- Crusader Kings - Techgage

Street Fighter X Tekken & Binary Domain - HardwareHeaven

SSX 2012 - HardwareHeaven

Of Mice and Keyboards


Android App Pick - TuneIn Radio Pro

We have just posted up our 22th App Pick of the Week and this time we get our groove on with TuneIn Radio Pro.  If you missed the $0.10 App Week, this app will set you back $0.99, but it's totally worth it.  The Pro version adds a bunch of great features including rewinding, recording, pausing and more.  Check it out and if you can't afford the Pro version, there is an ad-based version available as well - with less features.

TuneIn Radio Pro


Please post your thoughts, comments, questions and suggestions for next week's Android App Pick of the Week!

ROCCAT Power-Grid App Coming

ROCCAT liked the idea of the Razer Blade laptop so much that they decided to make a touchscreen interface application for your iPhone/Android that allows you to use in-game macros, monitor your PC, manage Teamspeak, Facebook, Skype and Twitter - all from your phone.  This app looks to be free, but will be released in beta first to iOS after CeBIT, then Android around Gamescom 2012.  It looks pretty awesome.  The full press release is at the "Read More" link below.

PowerGrid App



AMDs Sweet Spot - 7870 & 7850

AMD is not resting and they've just dropped the NDA on their mid-range cards - now tagged in the 78xx series.  The question arising from the reviews is does the 7870 make the more expensive 7950 obsolete already?  Take a look below at the reviews to find out.

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