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    MESH Computers to supply high-end PCs to high-street retailer

    UK PC manufacturer MESH Computers has struck a deal with high street chain Comet. MESH will be the suppliers of Comet's new range of high-end systems.
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    kudos to mesh. Thats a big deal.

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    yeh right, they might be on the way up. i always used to like mesh for pricing, just not customer service

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    Well I presume Comet would be handling the customer service, so it's good alround

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Well I presume Comet would be handling the customer service, so it's good alround
    very true are comet good in that department?

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    From past experience they make Mesh look good so I doubt it.

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    Useful for friends wanting a decent system, but not wanting me to build them one.

    Only problem I see is this:

    Dedicated graphics 2 x 256MBGF7600


    What?
    Why SLI 2 7600s?
    Why not just put in one 7900 (or 7950)? The price would be less, and performance better.

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    Where'd that come from?

    I'm pretty sure MESH offer dual 7950GX2 and other high end graphics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabula View Post
    Useful for friends wanting a decent system, but not wanting me to build them one.

    Only problem I see is this:

    Dedicated graphics 2 x 256MBGF7600


    What?
    Why SLI 2 7600s?
    Why not just put in one 7900 (or 7950)? The price would be less, and performance better.

    Bizarre...
    Probably to flog the fact that double the graphics equals DOUBLE TEH POWAAAAH!1!1!!11one!exclamation!1 </sales crap>

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    Great news I think. I've never owned a Mesh, but, people I know have so I guess this makes it easier for me to persuade others to get them

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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    From past experience they make Mesh look good so I doubt it.
    Dunno then - my own experience with has been very positive actually - mostly the benefit of being able to physically take something back to the store.

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    my first pc was a MESH, and pretty damn decent for its day too a p120!!!

    and i used to work for Comet as an instore multimedia consultant, back when they sold nothing but HP's and Fujitsu Siemens. I was in a branch recently and the choice was absolutely shocking, nothing with a dedicated graphics card at all, so hopefully this will make a nice change to their range and give my old colleagues something nice and shiny to drool over in store

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    finally a retail store with some decent pcs

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