Impressive quality and features for the price, but performance is very limited
If you have always wanted a BMW but have never been able to afford one, then perhaps you might get the next best thing this Christmas – a souped-up BMW-designed gaming PC!
If you need to synchronise files between multiple machines but don't fancy shelling out £58 per year for Apple's MobileMe, Microsoft has an alternative: Live Mesh. Is it any good?
All you dimension-stumbling timelords will be pleased; we’ve discovered that there’s no such thing as ‘now’ in computing. Prices and specifications move so fast that they’re figuratively encrusted with dust as soon as they’ve been announced to the public.
The average PC display comes with some nasty clip-on stand. So it's just as well that the Mesh Photo 5000 utilises ViewSonic's 20.1-inch VP2030B display, which is as far from 'average' as it's possible to get.
Some laptops look dull, average, ordinary and stand no chance of ever attracting an envious gaze. Fortunately, the Discovery D2400 Media isn't one of them. The silver metal look with a black rim and taperedchassis make it look both classy and desirable.