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News for Tuesday July 16th 2013


Yeah it’s time for the news again. I just posted one review of the WinX DVD Ripper Platinum, check back tomorrow and I’ll have another for you. For now read the news and I’ll check around and see about other…

News for Sunday July 7th 2013


Happy Sunday! Yep, it’s time for the news from our friends around the world once again, and we’ve got plenty of it, phones, video cards, cases, cases for phones and just a whole lot of stuff. I’ve got a couple…

News for Wednesday October 24th 2012


Did you ever start to do something and then get sidetracked and hours later you think you’re done, but you still never did what you started out to do in the first place? My entertainment center has glass shelves and…

News for Monday March 5th 2012


Blah.. it’s Monday and I still have a ton of work to do to get this computer all set up back the way it was. I’ve learned one thing though through all of this, I hate Marvell SATA3 controllers, they’re…

News for January 8th 2012


It’s Sunday and my youngest got up at 8am and I have to ask why. I don’t like getting up early on Sundays. So I figured I’d post some news and I’ve got a lot of it for you. Just…

RunCore Intros 3.5 inch SSD Drives


Most SSDs are 2.5” in size, they are some 3.5” ones of course, but RunCore has now joined in with their own 3.5” SSDs that are compatible with SATA6 for speeds of more than 500MB/s and a maximum capacity of…

RunCore 64GB Pro IV 70mm PCI-e SATA Solid State Drive SSD


The Asus EeePC 900a is a great little netbook with one big flaw, it comes with a tiny little 4gb SSD drive that is very slow. Actually there’s two flaws, the second would be how Asus handled the updates of the operating system, they’re automatic and they fill that tiny SSD to the point where the system slows to a crawl. The OS that is on the SSD is ok for just messing around, but let’s face it, most everything is Windows and to be any kind of productive with the EeePC you’ll need to install Windows on it. This isn’t a Linux vs Windows or even vs Mac rant, so I don’t want to hear about it, this is a review of the Runcore 64gb SSD for the EeePC 900a that will turn that little netbook into not only a speed demon, but something that can be a more productive machine.