We're back! In our first podcast of 2013 we go over some of the best products of 2012 and Haswell/ValleyView launch schedules. Brian talks about Field Test being removed by mobile operators, Ubuntu for smartphones, the Galaxy Camera and the Go Pro Hero 3 Black. We also go over the recent ARM vs. x86 power articles.

The AnandTech Podcast - Episode 13
featuring Anand Shimpi, Brian Klug & Dr. Ian Cutress

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Total Time: 2 hours 1 minute

Outline - hh:mm

Brian's Best of 2012 - 3
Ian's Best of 2012 - 11
Anand's Best of 2012 - 25
Haswell Launch Schedule - 35
Haswell Integrated Voltage Regulators - 37
Haswell TDPs - 41
Valley View Delayed? - 46
FieldTest Being Removed from Phones by Operators - 52
Ubuntu for Smartphones - 1:00
Galaxy Camera, Final Thoughts - 1:08
Go Pro Hero 3 Black - 1:14
The Power Articles - 1:22
Nexus 10 - 1:30
big.LITTLE/A15 Power Discussion - 1:38
Tegra 4 - 1:44
Complaining about Mac Office 2010 - 1:48
Making Out of CES Alive - 1:53

As always, comments are welcome and appreciated. 

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  • Krysto - Monday, January 07, 2013 - link

    Anand, ARM promises half the power consumption on average with big.Little:

    eetimes[dot]com/electronics-news/4400437/Big-little-test-results-show-promise--ARM-reports

    Now of course if you test say a game continously, it's probably going to use only the Cortex A15's, so you need to be careful when testing battery life, to test it in a way that is as close as possible to a "real world scenario" where a normal person would be using probably mostly just the Cortex A7 cores. So make sure your battery tests don't test mostly the Cortex A15's, whenever you'll get such a chip to test, which would be pretty unrealistic scenario for most people, I think.
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  • Peanutsrevenge - Monday, January 07, 2013 - link

    Nice to hear about the suits @ such events, makes perfect sense given the reputation of the site, I'm just glad it's you guys suffering and not me :p

    Good Luck @ CES and that Ian won't get to laugh too hard @ your illnesses.

    Speaking of whom, I am interested in what EE are up to with their LTE over here Ian, a write up would be appreciated.
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  • skiboysteve - Monday, January 07, 2013 - link

    Excel for engineering data is TERRIBLE. no professional uses it. use something like DIAdem... much better and easier to use Reply
  • skiboysteve - Monday, January 07, 2013 - link

    It comes with tutorial videos and since you're logging data with the NI USB-6289 already, its perfect.

    I can do a join me and show you how to use it in 5 minutes. you'll love it
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  • skiboysteve - Monday, January 07, 2013 - link

    it even makes html, pdf, or image reports Reply
  • verify365 - Friday, April 11, 2014 - link

    Just want to say that Ian did a lot of angry American accent.http://www.sachermes-fr.com Reply

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