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whatever its general merit, this system touts one particular "unique selling point" up front - hush. It fails in this regard. What is Mesh trying to achieve here?
@Martin Daler:To be fair, Mesh shows every effort at trying to make this system as quiet as possible without resorting to expensive water-cooling - just the choice of this specific HIS (a company usually known for its silent products) video card was apparently unfortunate.Also keep in mind that the video card in our PC MAY have been a particularly noisy sample, but even if this is not the case there's always the option of upgrading to a higher model for very little money, which would suit the fast CPU better anyway.
Well, no matter what you opinion of the pc you have to admire they way Mesh have weathered the market storms over the years. Seeing as my previous supplier Evesham went to the wall like many others have and will in a cut throat market...
WARNING! - WARNING! - WARNING! - WARNING! - WARNING! - WARNING!Read TR Reader (and on the web forums) comments on their experience as MESH customers – see earlier TR reviews and stories on Mesh Computers. Buy MESH PCs at your peril.@Chocoa :“...you have to admire they way Mesh have weathered the market storms over the years.” Well there is a sucker born every day or MESH Computers Ltd snaring some unsuspecting sole.I would only wish MESH PCs upon MESH staff and their families.
@ Enigma,Thanks for a very informative comment, you've brought a lot to the discussion.If you search any manufacturer you will always find sob/scare/woe stories from upset consumers.My point is that you have not pur forward a constructive argument, moreover, you sound like an upset child who is just complaining loudly.As for your response to Chocoa, seems quite vindictive against Mesh.Basically, either put forward some evidence or a valid point or don't bother posting as you have added nothing.
@John who the hell are you tell TR readers whether they can or can not post comments? I presume of Mesh Computers Ltd?@John you vitriol suggests you are rattled. After all an intelligent person wouldn't waste time commenting on insignificant comment(s) or be rattled by them.Also an intelligent person doesn't repeat what can be referred to elsewhere – as I did. A quick Google of “Mesh Computers complaints” soon reveals plenty. Thus I wouldn't be surprised if before long someone doesn't set up a website/forum “MESS Computers Ltd” akin to “NTHell” for the former NTL cable service provider.To please @John here's something intelligent and useful:I would suggest those who have an issue with their purchases consider the following:1.Keep a log (dates/time/names/what was said, etc) of all your dealings right from the first call.2.Seek advice from Citizens Advice Bureau. Better still contact Consumer Direct on 08454 04 05 063.See if your credit card company can get you a refund. They have specialist working on such issues.4.If you have household insurance see if your policy has legal cover. Thus you may be able to get legal advice and/or possibly Legal Representation.5.Likewise if you are a member of an organisation like a Trade Union check if they provide legal cover and if you can get Legal Representation.6.Consider WARNING your fellow consumers by sharing your experience.ACT PROMPTLY.Company's never seem to learn as these examples show:"Apple tried to silence owner of exploding iPod with gagging order" (http://technology.timesonline.... – TimesOnline 3rd August 2009;"'Exploding' iPhones investigated" on BBCi News(http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/tec..., 26th August 2009; and"United Breaks Guitars" on YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...Feel the power of the Consumer @John.
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