Medion Akoya P6624 Intel Core i5-460M 4GB 640GB 15.6" HD Ready Laptop £425 @ Sainsburys *instore* - HotUKDeals
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PRODUCT FEATURES

Weight 2.9kg
Brand Medion
Manufacturer's guarantee 12 Month
Quick start guide Yes
Country of origin China
Battery life Up to 3.5 hours
Battery life on standby Up to 60 hours
Bluetooth Yes
Cache 3072MB
Card reader compatible with SD, SDHC, MMC, MS, MS-PRO
FireWire port Yes
Graphics card details 1024MB DDR3 NVIDIA GeForce GT425 M
Graphics memory dedicated Yes
Graphics memory shared No
Hard drive 640GB
Hard drive type S-ATA
Height, width, depth 4.2 x 38.2 x 26.4 cm
Integrated microphone Yes
Integrated speakers Yes
Integrated webcam Yes
Keyboard type Built in
Maximum screen resolution 1366x768
Memory 4GB
Memory card slot Yes
Mouse type Built in
Networking capability Yes
Number of front USB ports 1x USB 3.0, 3x USB 2.0
Operating system Microsoft windows 7
Optical drive Yes
Optical drive BluRay compatible No
Optical drive HD compatible No
Optical drive LightScribe compatible No
Processor Intel Core i5-460M (2.53GHz)
Processor bus Intel Hyper Threading Technology
Processor model number i5-460M
Processor speed 2.53 GHz
Product number MD97671
Remote access No
Screen contrast ratio 400:1
Screen response rate 8ms
Screen size 15.6"
Software pre-loaded Microsoft Office Starter 2010, Cyberlink Power2Go + YOUCAM, Bullguard Security Pack
Sound card Yes
Technical support 0871 376 1020 http://www.medion.com/gb/service/start/
Type Laptop
WiFi Yes
Widescreen Yes
Wireless networking Yes

In Store £425
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#1
Great SPEC Laptop here peeps... I would say this is HOT!!!!
#2
spooky....i am just setting off to look for this at the older £499 price :-)
#3
is it £425? it was £499 the other day
#4
Just bought one today for £425
#5
Still 499 online are all stores selling at 425 now?
#6
Which store did you buy it from?
#7
Just went into my Sainsbury's and they had 3 of these, but the scanned at £499.99

I mentioned about it being £425 at another Sainsbury's store, but he said it must be a local sale of it.

The people who bought it, did it actually scan at £425, or was some sort of reduction made at the checkout to get it at that price. Odd that it scanned at £499 in my Sainsbury's
#8
Hi
Scanned at £425. I can scan the receipt and attach it to the post if you like. Its in the Dewsbury Store
#9
makhalwaya
Hi
Scanned at £425. I can scan the receipt and attach it to the post if you like. Its in the Dewsbury Store


If you could post a scan of the receipt, that would be great. I will go back to the store with it and see what they say.

Thanks !
#10
I've just got it for £499 in Wakefield and they said they didn't know anything about the £425 price - I'm not fussed as it's still a bargain! :-)
#11
Does anybody know how to enable the graphics card on one of these?
Whenever i run a test on 'canyourunit.com' it still says i have the default graphics option enabled
#12
Foolincats you must have money to burn,a £74 saving just to drive to Dewsbury from Wakefield
#13
boss man says no way does it scan in at £425 on the system and he checked with head office and its not getting reduced either....
idont mind paying £499 as i got £100 of free sainsburys vouchers in the post this morning from their insurance which i wasnt expecting as i cancelled the policy so it only cost me £399 really :-)

he had a cheaper dual core laptop for around £400 in store though...wonder if dewsbury messed up on a sale?

lovely laptop though...using it now.
it comes with 32bit windows but it says you can install 64bit from the recovery discs included..

Edited By: foolincats on Dec 30, 2010 17:15
#14
Something a little odd about this. I phoned Sainsbury customer service (head office), and enquired about the instore price difference, and they said that seems a little odd, as electrical items are normally the same price nationwide, and it is normally only food type items that get price matched locally.

They telephoned the Dewsbury store, as I was on the phone, and Dewsbury said that they don't have any stock, and have never sold it at £425. So everyone was confused as to how you got this for £425. The lady at Sainsbury HO said that every store she has listed has it at £499.99, so she couldn't work out how you got it for £425.

Never mind. Would have been a nice laptop for the price, but £500 is more than my budget...will have to keep looking.
#15
Decent deal even at the £499 price; but needs expiring or price updating as the £425 price is clearly not available.
#16
£425 is the price with a staff discount. This deal needs expiring as the proper deal at £499.99 (which is an absolute bargain) is already listed >http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/medion-p6624-laptop-akoya-i5-2-53gh/833834/

Edited By: DrJogalog on Dec 30, 2010 19:23
#17
At least that explains how he got it for £425...If only I knew someone who worked for Sainsburys...Ah well :(
#18
r11ckp
Does anybody know how to enable the graphics card on one of these?
Whenever i run a test on 'canyourunit.com' it still says i have the default graphics option enabled


both cards are enabled on this laptop, for most times the intel HD is used, but when gameds or GFX high applicaitons run then the geforce kicks in.

The drivers are on the Recovery partition or you can download them from the Medion website.
#19
foolincats
lovely laptop though...using it now.
it comes with 32bit windows but it says you can install 64bit from the recovery discs included..

To gain any benefit from the 4GB of ram you really need to use the 64 bit version, as 32bit will see 3gb or less of the ram avalible (prob about 2.5gb usable with 1gb+ of addressing space taken away by the gfx)

r11ckp
Does anybody know how to enable the graphics card on one of these?
Whenever i run a test on 'canyourunit.com' it still says i have the default graphics option enabled

The intel graphics will work during normal windows usage, the nVidia graphics will only turn themselves on when a demanding application or a game is run.

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