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Picking a New LCD Monitor Guide / Asus MS226H Review


So I’ve recently obtained a new LCD monitor (Asus MS226H) (Actually I received the MS238H instead for unknown reasons), and let me tell anyone interested in the though process of picking out a new monitor about my experience and also information on how to choose a new monitor.

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World of Warcraft On Asus EeePC Netbook


I just updated the Asus Eee PC 1005HA-PU1X-BK Review with some interesting news. My netbook plays World of Warcraft with ease. I get an average of about 22fps (frames per second) when battling monsters. There is no lag. The settings are all set to NEAR low — so they’re a bit above that. Also, I have 3 WoW Addons enabled, which is worth mentioning because it isn’t bogging things down at all. More on this can be read in the Review: Asus Eee PC 1005HA-PU1X-BK. Hurray for netbooks!

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ASUS EeePC 1005HA-P & Samsung Behold 2, HTC MyTouch 3G, HTC G1 – Articles Updated


I updated the Asus Eee PC 1005HA-PU1X-BK Netbook Review with a blurb listing some games that play well on it, as well as some issues you may encounter while gaming. If you’re interested in overclocking this netbook, leave a comment and depending on feedback I’ll write an article on doing so (though there’s not too much of a reason for that). I also refined some of the text on the Samsung Behold II, HTC MyTouch 3G, and HTC G1 Review/Comparison article.

The State of USB 3.0: USB 3.0 and SATA 6.0


USB 3.0 has been quite an interesting topic these days. Intel who was once going to begin supporting USB 3.0 in early 2010, decided to push support back to sometime in 2011. Since then, it was thought that the smaller companies would hold off too. That has not been the case.

Asus has released details of a USB 3.0 motherboard coming out “soon.” Additionally, Asus has also detailed the release of their own USB3.0 / SATA 6.0 PCI-Express Card that will be available for $60.00.

There you have it… USB 3.0 is coming, and it is gaining momentum. I believe that Intel will have to reconsider it’s stance to push back support for the technology if they want to stay competitive.

Review On ASUS Eee PC 1005HA-P Series


I finally wrote a review on my glorious netbook — the ASUS Eee PC 1005ha-pu1x-bk. you can read it Here. It’s a bit lengthy but hopefully it’ll be of some use to those who read it. Expect additional Eee PC articles in the near future!


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