Monday, 26 November 2007

Looking for an Office?

So, you're using your new MESH Computer, and you need to find a free alternative to Microsoft Office. Well, we'd be happy to help you. Rather than stick with the norm, there are many alternative packages available which will help you steer away from the regular suite of applications from Microsoft.

Microsoft Office has been the market leader for productivity software for the last decade and a half, and up until now has gone relatively unchallenged. There is a reason for this: it is quite simply the best package that money can buy.

However, if you are on a budget all is not lost. One of the most under-rated gems on the internet has to be OpenOffice, the open-source free office suite available for a simple click of the mouse. This has to be the most complete cross platform office alternative available, matching most if not all of the features offered by MS Office.

Sure, the interface isn't as jazzy, not featuring the latest "ribbon" style menus now features in Office 2007. However if you have used Office 2003 and below, you will find yourself at home with this free alternative. Its fully compatible with MS Office too, with the ability to open and save in the Office format.

If you are feeling really adventurous, you can try web based software that you don't even need to install. One of these is google's office platform, Google Docs, This intelligent web based program is almost entirely written in javascript, and let you create compatible word, excel and powerpoint documents using only a compatible web browser such as Internet Explorer or Mozilla. You can even save your documents online.

So if you're feeling frisky or looking for an alternative, go ahead, give them a try - let us know what you think.

Thursday, 22 November 2007

MESH launch New High End Gaming PC

UK Sales & Product Manager Dario Rebaudengo of MESH Computers, today announced the latest version of MESH's award winning Xtreme gaming range. Called the Xtreme Q8 Ultimate, this ultra high end gaming PC sits at the very top end of the MESH Range.

" MESH prides itself on its reputation for building high quality PC's which always showcase the latest in technology" Dario Rebaudengo said.

" We always listen to our customers needs and wants and are confident that we can now offer the high end user a gaming platform that will take them into the next generation of gaming" Dario Rebaudengo went on to say that each machine will be hand built and configured by specialist PC engineers ultilising latest drivers and product updates.

The Xtreme Q8 range will be available from Late November and prices are expected to be around £1999 for the `entry' level.

Friday, 9 November 2007

MESH Computers Temptest Quad Pro makes the PC Pro A List

We're pleased to announce that the Mesh Computers Tempest Quad Pro has made the PC Pro A-List and been given the PC Pro Recommended award.

This high end machine comes with a Core 2 Quad Q6600, 4GB RAM and has received a 4/5 star rating on performance and a massive 5 out of 5 stars for Value for Money.

Seth Barton the reviewer for PC Pro summed it up: A greal all-rounder with a huge monitor, decent graphics card and TV Tuner.

Dario Rebaudengo - UK Sales and Product Manager at MESH commented "Winning these awards reflects the effort and time we take to build and specify the systems, always offering our customers the latest technology"

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Wednesday, 7 November 2007

Data Protection

Found out today that apparently it will soon become law that you can become personally responsible for any data that is lost (ie: left laptop on a train) that contains private customer details.

Should be an interesting wake up call for the financial institutions

Friday, 2 November 2007

Crysis in action

Just seen Crysis demo running on a MESH Xtreme 8XGT!

For those of you not into gaming, Crysis is the first game to really take advantage of Microsoft's new Directx10. Impressive? Absolutely.

This game is absolutely stunning with all the detail levels set to very high. Looks like Nvidia and EA have a fair bit of tweeking to do yet in order to get the best out of the hardware thats thrown at it, but first impressions are amazing.

Lets hope gameplay lives up to the graphics!

MESH win award for new website


MESH Computers are proud to announce that http://www.meshcomputers.com/ has been awarded the 'Recommended' award for design and usability by the technology news and reviews portal, Crowdedbrain.

This is what they had to say: "From the moment we laid eyes on the site we have to admit that their marketing/design team have done a great job on the home page and site navigation...the website certainly does its job well and provides a playground of great computer technology that can be easily navigated via a touch of a button".

Web designer Stefano Rebaudengo, of MESH Computers had this to say: "It was an intense design process, one that required a lot of research and we are glad to see official recognition for the efforts we put in".

Marc Cohen, web designer for MESH also added: "The site development is an ongoing process, with even more new features on the way. Winning awards for the work we do is certainly a welcome boost".

You can read the full review here

Owners Club Reaches 500 Members

We're pleased to announce that the MESH Owners club has reached it's 500th forum member! The Owners Club forum is a community based website, manned by Mesh technical support and augmented by savvy Mesh users.

If you are a MESH computers owner, please come join our forums where you can find useful tips, help and upgrade assistance on your MESH computer.

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