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Mesh has launched its first PC based on Intel’s 810e chipset. The Mesh 550e uses Intel’s "Flip-chip" Pentium III 500e and 550e processors, along with the i810e motherboard. Included in the £1099 + VAT package is 128MB DRAM memory, 18GB hard drive, Mitsubishi 17" monitor and Corel Word Perfect Office 2000. It features 370 socket technology, so can support the 133MHz front side bus. The London-based system builder is aiming the PC -- currently not part of one of Mesh’s PC ranges -- at home users wanting high-end machines.® Is the 810e mobo a good buy?

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