£1000 to spend

  Nessie 21:52 19 Feb 03

I know that PCA has best buys etc. but a friend needs a new PC and has £1000 to spend. Good on site warranty a must. No printers etc required. Thanks for your help. PS good support a must as well.

  he he :-) 21:54 19 Feb 03

well if u need a good on site warranty don't go to pcworld dixons or currys. :-)

  Lú-tzé 21:56 19 Feb 03

Mesh Matrix XP 2500+ R95 :

AMD Athlon XP 2500+,

512Mb 333MHz High Performance PC2700 DDR,

120Gb Ultra Fast with 8Mb Buffer (7200rpm),

17' Mitsubishi DPro 750 - 0.25mm (16" VIS),

128Mb ATI Radeon 9500 - TV & DVI,

16-Speed DVD-ROM,

CD Re-Writable (48x16x48),

Soundblaster Compatible Multi Channel Audio,

Creative Labs Inspire 4400 - 4.1 Surround,

56Kbps voice/fax/data modem,

MESH 3 Year On-Site Warranty,

MS WorksSuite 2003 + Pinnacle Studio 8 SE,

Standard Features,

All for £699 + DELIVERY + VAT.


PC Pro reckons it is the bargain of the year and stands up to machines at twice the price.

  Lú-tzé 22:00 19 Feb 03

PS Add a good sound card and 6.1 speakers and you have your £1000s worth.

  Nessie 22:07 19 Feb 03

I take it Mesh Matrix XP 2500+ R95 is its name and does R95 mean anything.

  powerless 22:13 19 Feb 03

Graphics Card ATI 9500 = R95

  jediknight007 22:13 19 Feb 03

I might be wrong but the R95 reflects the fact that there is a Radeon 9500 installed.

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