Looking Forward in 2013
First as you know this year we will be doing a give away every month. To help us with that Thermaltake has committed to giving away a different item each month, beginning the month of January with a Level 10 Mouse. This is their entry into the high end gaming mouse market and we current have one in testing right now.
We also are joined by Kingston who has decided that this will be the year of the Flash Drive. Every month different model Flash Drive will be in the spotlight and given away. They have decided to start this with the DataTraveler SE9, specifically an 8 gig model.
We reviewed this drive shortly after the first of the year and I can tell both Doug and I love it. The drive is very small and fits on a key ring easily. Because the drive is all steel in it’s construction the key ring will not break through the drive and make it fall off. This drive is super durable and combined with the size makes it perfect to be in every geeks pocket.
We closed out 2012 with an interview with Sarah Downey, a lawyer that specializes in online privacy and works for Abine. With this interview we have set the tone for a number of show segments over the next few months discussing how to secure your PC experience and protect your self not just from malware, but also protect your privacy.
Beginning in February we bring back our Build A PC series. This is a series of how segments each week were we take you through the choosing of computer parts to build a PC on your own. Each year we have done this in the past we have chosen a theme and this year our theme is a mini-ITX gaming rig. Small is the new black in the PC world so it only makes sense we take a stab at building a small gaming rig.
As you can see we are busy around the office here b=putting together material and making sure 21013 is an even more exciting year than 2012 was for our listeners. If you have some show segment ideas, products you would like us to review, questions about anything computer related or just comments on segments we have done be sure to email them to the show, firstname.lastname@example.org or join us on Facebook and post comments there.