MESH Computers has introduced a new line of "Cute" computers designed to bring a full-HD PC experience to big-screen displays.
At the heart of the new range lies the MESH Cute X215 HD, a home-theatre PC (HTPC) that looks a fairly decent solution. And don't let the red styling put you off, it's also available in black, white and blue.
The MESH Cute's mini-ITX chassis measures 303mm x 200mm x 166mm, and inside you'll find a 2.7GHz AMD Athlon II X2 215 dual-core processor sitting atop of AMD's 780G chipset. The latter incorporates a Radeon HD 3200 IGP so users can look forward to 40 stream processors, full DX10 compliance and hardware-accelerated decoding courtesy of UVD 2.0.
Elsewhere, you'll be getting 2GB of DDR2 memory, a 320GB hard drive, a dual DVB-T TV tuner and remote control, a Logitech keyboard and mouse combo, and a built-in Blu-ray drive.
The full-HD box of tricks is currently retailing at £399.99, making it a pretty decent offering. We'd love to see one equipped with AMD's newer 785G chipset, though.