Podcast #421 - iPhone 7, Drobo 5C, Intel FPGAs and more!

PC Perspective Podcast #421 - 10/13/16

Join us this week as we discuss our review of the iPhone 7, the Drobo 5C, Intel FPGAs and more!

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Hosts:  Ryan Shrout, Allyn Malventano, Josh Walrath, Jeremy Hellstrom, and Sebastian Peak

Program length: 1:22:35

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  2. Patreon
  3. Fragging Frogs VLAN 14
  4. Hiring! We are hunting for a video producer and editor
  5. Week in Review:
    1. 0:09:09 Drobo 5C 5-bay USB Type-C DAS Review - More Bays!
    2. 0:21:35 Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus Review: More and Less
  6. Today’s episode is brought to you by Casper!
  7. News items of interest:
    1. 0:49:40 MSI Will Support Kaby Lake Processors On All 100-Series Motherboards
    2. 0:51:58 Intel Launches Stratix 10 FPGA With ARM CPU and HBM2
    3. 0:56:10 Western Digital Gets Back in the SSD Game With Blue and Green SSDs!
    4. 1:01:50 Introducing the XG-U2008 switch – 10G networking for only $249
    5. 1:05:50 NVIDIA Releases GeForce 373.06 Drivers
  8. Hardware/Software Picks of the Week
    1. Ryan: UE Boom 2
    2. Jeremy: Hee hee, you really want Win7?
    3. Josh: Wipe that drive!
    4. Allyn: Precision power supply on the cheap (Rigol)
    5. Sebastian: If you have to use a dongle, make it high-res!
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  11. Closing/outro

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