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Guide: How to Raise Max Volume (Netbooks, Laptop, etc)


I like to watch movies and listen to music on my netbook computer — the ASUS EEEPC 1005HA-P with Windows XP. Often, external speakers are needed to get the volume loud enough since the speakers are so weak. Netbooks aren’t the only portable devices with this problem either. Laptops / Notebooks have it, as do some tablets / touch screen devices with built-in speakers. Regardless of the device, if you want to play a movie, TV show, song, etc. more loudly, then I recommend using a media player that lets you amplify the sound. I recommend Media Player Classic or VLC Player. Personally, I prefer MPC, as VLC doesn’t seem to play some as well (for me, anyway).

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Top Games to Play On Netbook


Have a netbook? Notice that the gaming capabilities aren’t really the best? Well, that doesn’t matter for some of the older classics out there! Read my article here: Top Games to Play On Netbook to see what games will run fantastically on your netbook! If you have any suggestions, please do submit them too!

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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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Daily Digest January 6, 2010



      MSI’s new Wind U160 netbook looks familiar

      Seen the Wind U160 netbook yet? Look familiar?
      Brad over at Liliputing was kind enough to post some images of the new netbook, which runs Intel’s new Pineview hardware. At first glance, it’s a good looking netbook. Upon further inspection it looks like the design was clearly inspired by Sony’s Vaio laptops. Check out this Vaio […]

      Analyst: Apple’s tablet runs custom P.A. Semi chips, not Intel’s Atom

      Apple’s rumored tablet must be nearing manufacturing, but Intel won’t be among dozens of component suppliers providing parts for the device, says an analyst. According to Northeast Securities analyst Ashok Kumar who spoke to Apple’s manufacturing partners, Apple’s rumored tablet won’t come with a silicon from Intel. Echoing previous reports, Kumar told that Apple […]

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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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