Medion Akoya E6221 Intel Core i5-2410M Processor 4GB/640GB 15.6" Black Laptop - £499.99 Delivered @ Sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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Ok took a while but my first deal. I have the previous medion p6624 from sainsburys For £449 which sold out and i understand this is the latest I5 cpu for same price.
The Medion Akoya MD97753 laptop with second generation Intel Core i5 processor has 4GB of memory and a massive 640GB hard drive, so it can handle multiple open applications easily. Battery life is up to 5 hours, so you can work and play while you're travelling.

A large, bright, 15.6" widescreen gives you loads of room to see what you're doing, whether it's spreadsheets or movies. Wi-fF keeps you connected, and integrated speakers and a webcam with microphone let you stay in touch with friends and colleagues.

Connectivity is excellent, with two 3.0 USB ports and two USB 2.0 ports, and a memory card reader that's compatible with SD, SDHC, MMC, MS and MS-Pro formats.

Software preloaded includes Windows 7 Home Premium (64Bit), Windows Live Essentials, Microsoft Office Starter 2010, Cyberlink Power2Go, Cyberlink YouCam, and BullGuard Internet Security (90 day trial).
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#1
not really been looking but not bad for a new cpu with usb3
for the money id prefer other stuff than those though but depends on needs
#2
Very very tempting, I've been waiting for a Sandybridge laptop with usb 3, anything better for the price around?
#3
loopie
Very very tempting, I've been waiting for a Sandybridge laptop with usb 3, anything better for the price around?


You can get the Dell XPS15 with a Sandybridge i7 for around £700 but it depends what your needs are as to whether this is a better deal.
#4
Very good price, especially with a brand new sandy bridge processor, I'm tempted!.
#5
loopie
Very very tempting, I've been waiting for a Sandybridge laptop with usb 3, anything better for the price around?

can i ask why you specifically been waiting for sandybridge with usb3 rather than say a bit slower processor with better screen, hdd, ram, graphics, keyboard, speakers etc? (not saying can get everything or anything :))
#6
reasons:

Everyone will have something different they prefer, I don't do much typing on the laptop mostly mouse input so KB is not that important to me, the RAM and HDD seem about right on this model for example.

Sandybridge comes with a fair GPU built in which is much better than most of the intel HD offerings today. The CPU is built on the latest process so can offer a very good battery life i.e. up to 5 hours on this model. I find it always make sense to get the latest kit at the time and that way it will last you a bit longer.
#7
Nice laptop, but I can't vote hot on this one... primary reason being that the graphics are only Intergrated Intel HD... and for this exact price have been similarly-specced i5-equipped PC's (also from Medion, I believe) with ATI 5650 GPU's, which are vastly, vastly superior to the Intel.

Edited By: Richdog on Mar 28, 2011 14:31: Typed wrong GPU model
#8
loopie
reasons:

Everyone will have something different they prefer, I don't do much typing on the laptop mostly mouse input so KB is not that important to me, the RAM and HDD seem about right on this model for example.

Sandybridge comes with a fair GPU built in which is much better than most of the intel HD offerings today. The CPU is built on the latest process so can offer a very good battery life i.e. up to 5 hours on this model. I find it always make sense to get the latest kit at the time and that way it will last you a bit longer.

sure i understand everyone has what they prefer i was genuinely asking.
the gpu is better than previous integrated but its still only a geforce 310m level which is fairly low end discrete for the present day so you will still be playing old games.
for hd videos old integrated was enough afaik so no gains there either.

i dont do anything particularly intensive on my laptop other than occasional gaming so i guess i dont need the cpu at expense of improved screen keys graphics.
not sure what would need the new cpu really, for anything i dont need system balance for id be ok with a low speed one.

just wondered thanks.
#9
Only a one year guarantee, Medion usually give two years .
#10
brilly
loopie
reasons:

Everyone will have something different they prefer, I don't do much typing on the laptop mostly mouse input so KB is not that important to me, the RAM and HDD seem about right on this model for example.

Sandybridge comes with a fair GPU built in which is much better than most of the intel HD offerings today. The CPU is built on the latest process so can offer a very good battery life i.e. up to 5 hours on this model. I find it always make sense to get the latest kit at the time and that way it will last you a bit longer.
sure i understand everyone has what they prefer i was genuinely asking.
the gpu is better than previous integrated but its still only a geforce 310m level which is fairly low end discrete for the present day so you will still be playing old games.
for hd videos old integrated was enough afaik so no gains there either.

i dont do anything particularly intensive on my laptop other than occasional gaming so i guess i dont need the cpu at expense of improved screen keys graphics.
not sure what would need the new cpu really, for anything i dont need system balance for id be ok with a low speed one.

just wondered thanks.

I would imagine Photo editing would work much better with a powerful CPU but would'nt require good graphics processing.....
#11
uhm
#12
Tempted but no Bluetooth. Still hot though :D
#13
SCUNNERED - Mar 23, 2011 15:07

Only a one year guarantee, Medion usually give two years .
Medion usually give 3 years when bought from Aldi, only 1 year when you buy direct though from Medion shop for some strange reason.
#14
Not very good price, sandybridge are avaiable in Europe in much better prices. Acer 5750, the same processor, memory and HDD and on top of that nVidia GT 540 1GB (much better in games) is £575.
Why those models are not available in the UK?
The same thing with fantastic Asus model K53SV, I'm hunting for those laptops for some time now and still nothing.
banned#15
SCUNNERED
Only a one year guarantee, Medion usually give two years .

LMAO at your username. Quality !!!

Edited By: darrenjdoc on Mar 24, 2011 19:47
#16
smilejek
Not very good price, sandybridge are avaiable in Europe in much better prices. Acer 5750, the same processor, memory and HDD and on top of that nVidia GT 540 1GB (much better in games) is £575.
Why those models are not available in the UK?
The same thing with fantastic Asus model K53SV, I'm hunting for those laptops for some time now and still nothing.


That Asus looks like EXACTLY what I'm after, if you find one in the UK, let me know! (_;)
#17
Anyone know if the RAM on this can be upgraded to 8GB?
#18
Nice price!
#19
SCUNNERED
Only a one year guarantee, Medion usually give two years .
Don't you mean three?
#20
Ordered this for a friend through Click & Collect to pick it up from Sainsburys in Oldbury. It was ordered before 2pm on Friday and it states on the website it will be available to pick up the following day after 4pm.

She went to collect it Sunday and they didn't have a clue about the order. After searching it turns out they've sent the laptop to a store in Kidderminster! She was not too pleased and neither am I to be honest especially after its been paid for.
#21
What is the graphics card in this people looks like a good laptop and my mate will get 10% discount too.

Thanks
Dan
#22
graphics are integrated intel ones. can anyone tell me what laptop to look out for in the near future or already out thats better than this and in same price bracket?
#23
looks good
#24
Been looking for a decent laptop for under £500 and this one fits the bill perfectly. Ordered thanks

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