Evesham is a British company known for its PC equipment. In recent years, it has embraced the world of high-definition television and it keeps on getting better.
There's a market for things that are able to please both the partnerwho wants surround sound excitement with their movies and the partner who will simply not put up with trailing speaker wires and enclosures
Evesham's Voyager C720DC (£1499 inc. VAT) uses a chassis we've seen on plenty of gaming machines over the past few years. However, thanks to the use of high-end components, it's still capable of offering a decent gaming experience
At £600, the HD-ready Alqemi 32SX for low-cost PC manufacturer Evesham, is a superbly cheap TV, but it's certainly not nasty. Suitably robust, the piano black finish sets off contemporary living rooms a treat
We've seen standalone R690 motherboards. We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the M690 mobile platform. And now the first media centres pre-built with an R690 motherboard are rolling off production lines.
With Windows XP Media Centre Edition installed, the Evesham Quest A240 (£499 inc. VAT) provides basic multimedia ability, but performance is limited. Weighing 2.7kg, this is a reasonably lightweight laptop...
PCs are widely regarded as the ugly red-headed stepchildren of real home cinema equipment. Not in this case. With the Mini PC Evesham has managed to shoehorn a real computer into an amazingly petite box...
A company that builds laptops to order, Evesham can provide a machine to suit your needs at an affordable price. The Quest A430 Plus (£899 inc. VAT) is a useful 17-inch multimedia system
Any fears you may have that Evesham's 37in screen is a poor budget offering from an unfamiliar display brand can be immediately quashed. For features and connectivity, everything you'd expect from the likes of Sony, Philips and Panasonic is here.