Config Boards vs. Standalone Systems for Compatibility Testing

Over the years we’ve conducted innumerable PC hardware compatibility tests. Originally, this was a service that was almost exclusive to video games, but now includes standalone applications and professional software as well (although games are still a big driver). In general, we’ve used two approaches to hardware compatibility testing: so-called ‘config boards’ and standalone systems…. Read more »

Beta Breakers Hardware Lab Overview

In addition to our large and constantly-growing inventory of mobile devices, we also maintain an extensive array of physical Windows and Macintosh computers, as well as the components and peripherals to support them. While we do employ virtual machine images from time to time, the demands of hardware compatibility testing require physical components, so our… Read more »