Medion Erazer i7-740QM 6GB/1TB 15.6" Gaming Laptop - £899.99 @ Sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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Medion Erazer i7-740QM 6GB/1TB 15.6" Gaming Laptop - £899.99 @ Sainsburys

£899.99 @ Sainsbury's
NVIDIA GeForce GTX460M 1.5GB RAM + HDMI 1920x1080 Full HD 6GB DDR3 1TB (2x 500 GB) Copy and then paste ....This powerhouse of a laptop features a 6GB triple channel memory and a whopping 1T… Read More
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
NVIDIA GeForce GTX460M 1.5GB RAM + HDMI
1920x1080 Full HD
6GB DDR3
1TB (2x 500 GB)

Copy and then paste ....This powerhouse of a laptop features a 6GB triple channel memory and a whopping 1TB hard drive so you can save, rather than overwrite, your progress. Graphics are taken care of by the impressive NVIDIA GeForce GTX460M 1.5GB RAM graphics card, while the high-end Intel Core i7 processor lets you live the moment to the full.
The Intel Core i7 Processor offers several advantages over its predecessors. Firstly, Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 delivers extra performance when you need it and increased energy efficiency when you don’t. Secondly, Hyper Threading Technology enables multi-task processing in each core of the processor (up to 8 tasks), which is backed up by a larger cache. Finally, Built-In Visuals make editing and sharing videos fast and easy, while the Intel Wireless Display brings your PC to your TV screen.
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
I think laptop isn`t the best to play games and £900 for Medion branded laptop with 15.5` monitor is too much money to throw away.
#2
The spec looked good until:

Screen response rate 8ms, which is cack
#3
annodomini2
The spec looked good until:

Screen response rate 8ms, which is cack

True, but no matter how good the specs are, it doesn't warrant the price tag - or even close.
#4
I think the price is ok, can't get that spec from Dell for less and it's half the price of a similar spec Macbook. I would seriously consider this but I feel the lack of blu ray drive on a laptop with a 1080p screen is a deal breaker for me.

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