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Real Name
Josh Walrath
Title
Managing Editor
Location
Laramie, WY. USA
Bio

Josh started writing about the computer field in 1997, opened his own site in 1999 (Penstarsys.com), and joined PC Perspective in 2008.  He handles a lot of the general tech and some of the deep dives into products such as CPUs and GPUs.  He appears on the PC Perspective Podcast live every Wednesday night at 10 PM ET/7 PM PT.

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Member for
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Recent Posts

Recent Posts

AMD Releases Q4 2015 and FY 2015 Results

01/20/2016 - 20:29

AMD is still kicking.  While the results of this past year have been forgettable, they have overcome some significant hurdles and look like they are improving their position in terms of cutting costs while extracting as much revenue as possible....

Dell Showcases New Products at CES 2016

01/12/2016 - 22:05

Dell kicked off their CES presence with a presentation that featured actor Josh Brener of “Silicon Valley” fame.  His monologues were entertaining, but unfortunately he was performing in front of a pretty tough crowd.  It was 10:30...

ARM Looking into 2016: It Will be "Interesting"

01/05/2016 - 21:39

ARM invited us to a short conversation with them on the prospects of 2016.  The initial answer as to how they feel the upcoming year will pan out is, “Interesting”.  We covered a variety of topics ranging from VR to process...

Racing Impressions and Conclusion

12/16/2015 - 00:10

Racing Impressions

Thrustmaster T300 Servo Base Review: The Foundation

12/16/2015 - 00:10

Who would have thought that racing wheels would be so much fun?  I have mentioned this before, but until recently my experience with these products has been pretty limited.  I used a joystick for at least a decade after I started into PC racing...

Thrustmaster Offers T300 Servo Base as a Standalone Product

11/11/2015 - 18:39

Seems we have been on a bit of a Thrustmaster kick as of late?  We are not really complaining as there are certainly some interesting products that the company offers.  The latest product is not new, but how it is presented is.  ...

Thrustmaster T150 Force Feedback Wheel Review: The Gateway to Potential Insanity

11/04/2015 - 20:44

Gaming wheels are a pretty interesting subset of the hardware world.  It seems the vast majority of gamers out there are keyboard and mouse players, or skew towards console controllers which are relatively inexpensive as compared to joysticks or...

Conclusion

11/04/2015 - 18:37

Thrustmaster set out to redefine the entry level enthusiast wheel, and I think they did a very good job overall.  It is not a perfect wheel.  It has some drawbacks as I described above.  When any company works to cost-optimize a product,...

T150 Impressions

11/04/2015 - 18:35

A user gets what they pay for.  This is a great case in point.  There is a reason why this costs as much as it does.  This is not to say that this is a bad product, but it does not compare well to products that cost $100 and more.  ...

Apple Dual Sources A9 SOCs with TSMC and Samsung: Some Extra Thoughts

09/30/2015 - 20:55

So the other day the nice folks over at Chipworks got word that Apple was in fact sourcing their A9 SOC at both TSMC and Samsung.  This is really interesting news on multiple fronts.  From the information gleaned the two parts are the APL0898 (...