It's now been nearly a month since we launched the biggest redesign in AnandTech history. Monday we'll be celebrating our 13 year anniversary and it'll start with our most expensive system giveaway to date. I've also received product from ASRock, G.Skill, OCZ and Patriot to give away in addition to celebrate both the relaunch and the anniversary of AT. It's going to be an exciting month ahead of us.

If you haven't noticed, we've been introducing new features and fixing bugs since we launched the new site a month ago and I wanted to give you all a quick update on everything we've done.

First and foremost, Print this Article functionality has been restored. It was always on the list, it just didn't make the cut for launch. We've also brought back inline Gallery listing, enabled tagging, fixed a handful of bugs and issues that you've brought up and have more coming.

Expect galleries, commenting and the front page to all get much more flexible in the coming weeks. I'm talking about in-line responses in the comments section (no more page loads to respond to a comment) as well as the option to compress down the front page to a simpler listing for those who want it. In the interim we've changed our backend a bit to not put all articles by default into the carousel up top. What you'll see up there are our biggest reviews/news stories, while the smaller stuff (this just in, any smaller news, etc...) will appear in the listing below.

I do appreciate your patience as we implement the new features and changes we've got coming, and we'll be showing some of that appreciation next week with these giveaways :)

As always, if you've got any feedback feel free to contact us or leave a comment. We're always listening.

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  • jebo - Saturday, April 24, 2010 - link

    I love the idea of flexibility on the mainpage. It sounds like I might much prefer the simpler listing of content you described. Looking forward to it, and thanks for the hard work!
  • punjabiplaya - Saturday, April 24, 2010 - link

    Looks great. Keep up the amazing work. Was the chat w/ Intel and VMware posted on youtube or something for those of us that had class/work during that time?
  • semo - Saturday, April 24, 2010 - link

    oh yeah i forgot about that. I was expecting a reminder on the front page. I guess there will be an article regarding that if anything interesting was brought up.

    anyway, site looks good and i like the juicy SSD coverage. There's still a lot of unanswered questions, such as how would the SF SSDs handle encrypted data and so on.

    Regarding feedback on the site, I think the comments section should either have 50 replies by default or the "VIEW ALL COMMENTS" button to do what it implies. Some sort of indicator of the latest/unread replies would be good as well
  • IKeelU - Saturday, April 24, 2010 - link


    How about a mobile version of the site? When i click on mobile at the top right I just get junk on my nexus one...
  • drank12quartsstrohsbeer - Saturday, April 24, 2010 - link

    The site redesign is fine. The old one was too jumbled.
    I am disappointed in the amount of coverage of apple and cellphone carp.
  • zdzichu - Saturday, April 24, 2010 - link

    Please, don't make next giveaway US/Canada only. At least include European Union.

    -- Loyal Reader
  • pjconoso - Saturday, April 24, 2010 - link

    Please make this giveaway worldwide. :(
  • feelingshorter - Saturday, April 24, 2010 - link

    Been a long time reader and this website looks better than ever. No complaints!
  • Xorg - Saturday, April 24, 2010 - link

    One problem with the old site that remains with the new one is that its much too difficult to find out your recommendations - especially with the latest hardware. Maximum PC does this much better, but still not perfect. What I'd like to see is "Here are our current top three motherboards, videocards, hard drives, etc." broken out by platform and price range. At-a-glance - that doesn't exist and should!
  • Rike - Saturday, April 24, 2010 - link

    I'll second this one. I know it's hard for AT to be all thing to all people, but for those of us who are mostly on the consumer end and don't have time to always keep up on the latest everything, we could really use a current "best" list. The old high, mid, low, buyer's guides were very helpful in that respect. Perhaps a meddling of the old buyer's guides and a list?

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