BYOB Podcast 74

• January 21, 2012

This week we comment on what CES 2012 had to offer. Thunderbolt, Highpoint hybrid RAID, Fractal & LianLi, Passive 3D, Smart TVs and Ceton Q and Echo. What’s up with Netflix? On this weeks BYOB Podcast

CES 2012

Western Digital My Book Thunder bolt

Synology NAS or is it a SAN?

Highpoint RocketHybrid RAID controller

Bolt on GPU coolers

The ultimate Gaming/podcasting chair

Fractal and some new Lian-Li cases

Ceton Q – The next gen set top box?

We don’t want to rehash everything that every other tech site has covered, so we tried to keep it brief, but this unit from Ceton was definitely up for discussion.

Michael’s prediction = A chip similar/based on this one from Intel will be in the next gen XBOX

APPWRAP – Media Streaming

Buzz Player

For Windows Phone 7 the My Home Server App will achieve similar results from WHS2011

Netflix – not exactly HD

 

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  1. Edward Reinheimer says:

    Much of the discussion revolves around storage but I consider bare metal restore the major feature of Windows Home Server. There are lots of ways to protect my data, but is there another way to have all the PCs in the house backup automatically each night? That is the feature I would not want to loose.

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