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New PC range announced today -- upgrade postponed today as well

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Ever had the feeling that the left hand didn't know what the right was doing? London-based system builder Mesh today (Monday) announced the launch of an upgrade to its Elite range of PCs. Nothing unusual about that -– PC builders often announce that they're updating existing lines. Except that in this case the new line was meant to be based on the Intel i820 chipset. This infamous chipset was delayed indefinitely today, its launch date, by Intel. Mesh said it was only informed this morning that that the i820 had been withdrawn. Paul Kinsler, Mesh general manager, said he first found out about the delay from The Register. Needless to say, the upgraded i820-based Elites will not be putting in an appearance after all. ® Related stories Cam in no 820, your time is up What the hell is...Camino and Rambus all about Intel comes clean over i820 delay i820 derailed as Intel goes Rambust

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