Matrix Pro NERO Quad Core (2.9GHz) + 4GB DDR3 + 500GB HD + 22" monitor £520.26 delivered @MESH
Matrix Pro NERO Quad Core (2.9GHz) + 4GB DDR3 + 500GB HD + 22" monitor £520.26 delivered @MESH

Matrix Pro NERO Quad Core (2.9GHz) + 4GB DDR3 + 500GB HD + 22" monitor £520.26 delivered @MESH

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AMD Athlon™ II X4 635 Quad Core Processor AM3 (2.9GHz)
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Home Premium pre-installed
Mini-Tower uATX Chassis - Black
300W Desktop Power Supply
ASUS M4A78LT-M Mainboard (uATX), with integrated HDMI/DVI/VGA Graphics - DDR3
4GB 1333MHz Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM - (2x2GB)
500GB Serial ATA Hard Drive with 16MB Buffer
22x Dual Layer DVD Writer Super Format +R/-R/RW/RAM
1GB ATI Radeon HD3000 Integrated Graphics - Full HD Support (M4A78LT-M)
22" ASUS VH222T Widescreen TFT Monitor (Viewable:21.5") - Full HD 1920x1080 5ms D-Sub, DVI
5.1 High Definition onboard sound card - 6 Channel Cinema sound
Cherry Deluxe Keyboard & Optical Mouse (Corded) - Black
Free 1 Year Silver Warranty - inc 3 Months Free Collect & Return

Standard features:

Free Microsoft® Office 2010 Starter Edition
Free Cyberlink Video Editing Utility Suite - 7 titles (oem)
BullGuard Internet Security ver. 9 - 90 Day Trial - AntiVirus/Firewall/Backup/Spamfilter
Supports up to 10 USB 2.0 ports (6 ports at mid-board, 4 ports at back panel) -
Network Ready PCIe Gigabit LAN

obviously untick the bull guard, surge protector, and hardrive TB upgrade, and its smoking hot.

It is from mesh and i know there are some bad reviews about this company and their customer service, but it seems like a hot deal to me.

the only other thing i would mention, is the graphics are fairly weak, and you wouldnt be able to play any hardcore gaming on these specs, but its fine for watching movies or playing basic games on a low spec.

£21.26 delivery charge


Have Mess got any better with their customer service coz they really used to suck big!

Possibly not!

Caveat Emptor

love the customer sevices story

I've been lucky not to need much from CS but if I've had a query about my PC they've always answered quite sharpish.

I've read a few stories about returns and delivery woes though and it does make you think twice. What you should remember though is that happy customers don't report anything on the interwobble though.

Just my thoughts...

worth the £30 upgrade to 24"?

i take it this isnt such a great deal then?

Original Poster

well, i would have said its a cheap deal for the hardware you get out of it (4 gb ddr3, quad core procedssor, 22" monitor/keyboard). the only problem is you have to deal with mesh, who are reportedly very bad a customer service if somthing goes wrong. i was looking around for my girlfriend for the best deal computer and this was what i came up with. the amason deal on here is also good:


but this only has a 1 year warrenty. mesh have a 2 year warrenty for parts and 3 years for labour.
plus you get a 22" monitor with this one for an extra £100, or if you upgrade, a 24" monitor for £130

i bought one of these a couple of days ago, so will let you know how it gets on. (and yer, we got the 24inch upgrade for £30, plus the wireless keyboard for £10.
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