Yes folks, it's finally, really happening... again. The Engadget Podcast returns with Josh Topolsky, Paul Miller, Nilay Patel, and a phantasmagoria of totally awesome awesomeness. Hear the guys wax excited about CeBIT, dish on the latest Apple spec bumps, reveal their innermost desires on the camcorder / DSLR front, and get seriously serious on a number of other heart-wrenching items of importance. Don't miss out -- listen now!

Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Nilay Patel, Paul Miller
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Song: Forgot About Dre

00:01:50 - Jimmy Fallon and Engadget: together again, March 9th
00:11:55 - Hands-on with ASUS' Eee Keyboard
00:16:28 - MSI Winki eyes-on: it's an instant-on OS, but for desktops
00:17:32 - MSI X-Slim X320, X340 and GT725 hands-on
00:23:05 - MSI Wind NetTop CD130 eyes-on
00:23:40 - MSI Wind NetOn AP1900, Wind Top AE line eyes-on
00:26:30 - MSI WindBOX dismounts LCD, acts all proper at CeBIT
00:27:40 - Apple morning roundup, few Mac products left unscathed
00:29:12 - New Airport Extreme and Time Capsule juggle two networks simultaneously
00:37:15 - Apple axes the numeric keypad on iMac's standard wired keyboard
00:45:14 - Panasonic's new Lumix DMC-GH1 does 1080p video in a Micro Four Thirds form factor
00:54:58 - JVC's new Everio X GZ-X900 does 1080p video, 9 megapixel stills, 600 fps slow motion
01:02:50 - Amazon's Kindle for iPhone hits the App Store
01:08:05 - Amazon sorta capitulates, will let publishers decide text-to-speech availability
01:09:10 - Hearst to launch wireless e-reader, potentially revolutionize print media

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