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Mesh Computers general manager Paul Kinsler has quit the London PC maker after four years in the job.

Kinsler is currently on gardening leave, and will officially finish at the London-based company at the end of July. His former employers don't know where he's off to but believe he's been poached by a Japanese rival.

Kinsler has been replaced by Max Sherafati, who is also joint MD at Mesh with Peter Ramiz.

John Hendrick, Mesh marketing manager, was unable to give further details - apparently the new appointment is still under NDA. Hendrick said the company was sorry to lose Kinsler, and wished him well for the future. Kinsler himself could not be reached.

So who has got their mits on Kinsler? Japanese manufacturer NEC today denied it had recruited him. Any information/rumours can be sent to The Reg here. ®

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