Engadget Podcast 256 – 09.16.2011

This week, the Engadget Podcasters get caught up in the Windows racket–and who can blame them? It was Build week, and while a lot of other things happened too, it’s not every day, or week, or even year that we get a reveal of something this massive in the computing universe. The games, the cars, the and chips take a backseat while we step back and admire the cross-platform spectacle of Number 8.

Host: Brian Heater
Guest: Darren Murph, Richard Lawler
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Stairway to Heaven

03:45 – Poll: Did you download Windows 8?

09:00 – Windows 8 can run on an Atom CPU, 1GB of RAM
13:45 – Windows 8 details: new features, UI enhancements and everything in between
18:45 – Windows 8 for tablets hands-on preview (video)
30:43 – Microsoft shows Windows 8 on existing Ultrabooks, acts like it’s never seen a thin laptop before
38:18 – Nintendo 3DS extended slide pad add-on, first hands-on
46:39 – Listener questions

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