We're back with another exciting episode of the Window Central Podcast. This week, Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden talk Razer's new Android phone and why it's something we care about at Windows Central, the launch of the Xbox One X, the HP Elite x3 coming to Verizon and more!
Also on this episode, we talk to Daniel DeSilva from Thifter.com about what Thrifter is and how it can help you save money. Make sure to check them out!
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- 1:30 What is Thrifter?
- 9:27 Razer phone (and why we covered it)
- 29:45 Xbox One X is here!
- 46:30 HP Elite x3 comes to Verizon
- 53:25 Surface Pro LTE
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Thrifter on the podcast ? Seriously !? You guys are going downhill fast....bad enough that we have to see Thrifter "stories (ads)" on the web but to have them on the podcast is a new low. WC no longer a technology website
Is this your first day on the internet?
It sounds like you're not aware that there's a connection there between Thifter and Mobile Nations (which Windows Central is a part of). This is not surprising to me at all really. Actually, I'm surprised that it hasn't already happened.
I actually thought that was a great piece.
Great show guys, just wanted to make a timestamp correction for the show notes. For the HP Elite x3 comes to Verizon, that starts at 46:38
I am somewhat mollified and appreciate you addressing the situation with windows mobile
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