Its time to unbox the Wii U! Get a DVD collection to play on Windows 8 and Sharon Vaknin from CNET stops by to show us how to connect a USB device or SD card to an Android phone or tablet!
The Nintendo Wii U: It's HD, includes a massive touchscreen tablet and will ship November 18th, but we've got the hardware on Tekzilla today! We find out that Office Mobile coming to iOS and Android in 2013. Plus, Amazon Prime might get a monthly deal.
Wish you could connect any USB device or SD card to your Android phone or tablet? CNET's Sharon Vaknin shows us how. Also, Windows 8 comes with a UEFI installer... you can DIY UEFI compatibility for Windows 7 USB installs and get a DVD collection to play on Windows 8!
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Reports have been coming in that Amazon is trialing monthly service subscriptions to their popular Prime service. This means you can try out the service for the holiday season without committing for a year. Great news!
The Verge is reporting that an official Microsoft Office app will be release for iOS and Android in early 2013. This is good news for business people that rely on Office for everyday work. Will you use the official application?
Own very own Rev3Games got their hands on the Wii U hardware and are anxious to show it off. Zac Minor joins us to give an overview of what the console is capable of and some of the limitations. See the full unboxing on the Rev3Games youtube.
Microsoft decided to take DVD playback support for Windows 8, but offer a solution for playing back movies other than "visit the Windows Store and find a DVD movie player app." Check the segment to see what free video player app we recommend for DVD playback (hint: it involves traffic cones).
Last week Robert touted how smoothly the install of Windows 8 went for his HTPC. Well, after a few days he's back on Windows 7. See the segment to see what went wrong so that you can avoid the headache. Also- conspiracy theories of why Microsoft now limits Windows Media Center to only 4 tuners.
CNET's Sharon Vaknin joins us to show off USB OTG cables and how they can expand the functionality of your Android device. She shows off connecting a DSLR, mouse and keyboard, and more! The best part: you can get OTG cables online for a few dollars. See her writeup on CNET for even more info!
Robert discovered that Microsoft's tool to create bootable USB drives makes UEFI compatible thumbdrives for Windows 8 but not Windows 7. But what if you want the benefits of UEFI under Win 7? See the segment for an explanation and see this youtube video for the complete tutorial.