Mesh Discovery Slim 15.6" Laptop (4GB RAM, 512MB ATi HD4330, 500GB HDD) @MeshComputers £398.99 - HotUKDeals
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Seems a good spec laptop for sub £400.

* Discovery Slim X600 - 221UK plus (Silver / Black colour)
* Intel Pentium SU3500 (1.4Ghz) Processor
* Genuine Windows 7™ Home Premium Edition-
* 15.6" HD WXGA LCD Display (1366x768)
* 512MB ATi Mobility Radeon HD4330 Graphics
* 4GB DDR2 800MHz Notebook Memory (2x 2GB)
* 500GB Serial ATA- 2.5" Notebook Hard Drive
* Built in WiFi 802.11a/g/n Wireless LAN
* Built-in sound card with Dolby Digital Surround,3D Effect & four Speakers
* 1.3 Mega Pixel Built in Webcam
* Two Years Worldwide Parts & Labour warranty (Collection & Return in UK & Ireland)

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#1
I always worry with a cheaper laptop that it will run hot, so the fan is then always running. Bought a similar price HP and it runs so hot and with the fan on it makes alot of noise in the room.

I have never used a Mesh branded computer so can't comment on this one.
#2
This almost certainly won't run hot because the CPU is very low power (about 5W TDP instead of about 35W in the mobile i3/i5 chips). The GPU is no more than about 10W TDP under full load. So this should be pretty cool.

The low power consumption should lead to good battery life, but they may have skimped on battery size.

The CPU isn't very good in terms of speed though.

Two year collect and return warranty is a plus point.
#3
I had always thought Mesh made pretty good computers, however I may be wrong but this is apparently just a rebadged MSI x600 - not a Mesh at all. This PC Advisor review (on a slightly slower processor), rates it fairly well; the price in May was £400 and although the CPU was slow and battery life only 4hours the graphics performance made it stand-out from similar low power / profile machines.


Edited By: wombat6025 on Oct 26, 2010 18:46: correction

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