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Medion Erazer P7643 17.3 Inch Ci7 8GB 1TB 256GB SSD Laptop £699.99 @ Argos

£699.99 @ Argos
Would just like to hear peoples opinions to see if this is a good deal. The MEDION ERAZER P7643 is a gaming notebook with powerful technology and Windows 10 Home. Even demanding games find the new … Read More
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5m, 4h agoFound 5 months, 4 hours ago
Would just like to hear peoples opinions to see if this is a good deal.

The MEDION ERAZER P7643 is a gaming notebook with powerful technology and Windows 10 Home. Even demanding games find the new Intel Core i7-6500U processor to be a worthy playmate. Thanks to Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M graphics card. 8GB RAM with integrated 256 GB SSD and 1TB HDD.
Intel core i7-6500u processor.
Dedicated nvidia geforce gtx 950m graphics.
CPU, Memory and Operating System:

Intel Core i7 core i7-6500u dual core processor.
2.5GHz processor speed.
8GB RAM.
1TB SATA hard drive.
Microsoft Windows 10.
Display features:

17.3 inch screen.
High definition display.
DVD optical drives:

DVD-RW (read/write).
Graphics:

NVIDIA GeForcenvidia geforce gtx 950m graphics card.
Dedicated graphics card.
Interfaces and connectivity:

SD media card reader.
Bluetooth.
Wi-Fi enabled.
Multimedia features:

HD webcam.
Built-in mic.
Dolby sound system.
Software included: n.

General features:
Up to 4.3 hours battery life.
Size H42, W27.9, D2.8cm.
Weight 2594kg.
EAN: 4015625602993.
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5m, 4h agoFound 5 months, 4 hours ago
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#1
950 prolly no faster than no gfx card
#2
Beware this company is terrible if it goes wrong. It bought into Lenovo. If the laptop breaks down people, including myself have sent back for repairs and been told its their fault. Mine was on a desk the whole time the screen went and they tried to bill me £280Pluse VAT to fix it six months into the warranty. Unfortunately, they have cottoned onto idea that they can renege on fixing mobile devices and just blame you as you must have moved the product around!!
buyer beware
#3
"High definition display." So not even full HD?
#4
I have had only good experience with Medion laptops and when my old laptop had a problem, they did honour the guarantee.
My current laptop has the Nvidia 850m (very similar to the 950m) and it's happily playing GTA V in 1080p. It won't play all games with everything set to max but it's not scanky either.
Having said good things, I wouldn't buy this laptop. First it's pricey for a 950m laptop (£550 would be more like to it) and second, you would be far better off waiting for the new generation of laptops which will come with the cheap but very fast Nvidia 1050/1050 Ti GPUs. These will get their official launch in January 2017.
#5
Joe90_guy
I have had only good experience with Medion laptops and when my old laptop had a problem, they did honour the guarantee.
My current laptop has the Nvidia 850m (very similar to the 950m) and it's happily playing GTA V in 1080p. It won't play all games with everything set to max but it's not scanky either.
Having said good things, I wouldn't buy this laptop. First it's pricey for a 950m laptop (£550 would be more like to it) and second, you would be far better off waiting for the new generation of laptops which will come with the cheap but very fast Nvidia 1050/1050 Ti GPUs. These will get their official launch in January 2017.


the 1060 graphics card start at around £1000 that's not exactly cheap where this deal is decent
#6
Joe90_guy
I have had only good experience with Medion laptops and when my old laptop had a problem, they did honour the guarantee.
My current laptop has the Nvidia 850m (very similar to the 950m) and it's happily playing GTA V in 1080p. It won't play all games with everything set to max but it's not scanky either.
Having said good things, I wouldn't buy this laptop. First it's pricey for a 950m laptop (£550 would be more like to it) and second, you would be far better off waiting for the new generation of laptops which will come with the cheap but very fast Nvidia 1050/1050 Ti GPUs. These will get their official launch in January 2017.


GTA V on 1080 on a 850m? I find that hard to believe??
#7
gowf
Joe90_guy
I have had only good experience with Medion laptops and when my old laptop had a problem, they did honour the guarantee.
My current laptop has the Nvidia 850m (very similar to the 950m) and it's happily playing GTA V in 1080p. It won't play all games with everything set to max but it's not scanky either.
Having said good things, I wouldn't buy this laptop. First it's pricey for a 950m laptop (£550 would be more like to it) and second, you would be far better off waiting for the new generation of laptops which will come with the cheap but very fast Nvidia 1050/1050 Ti GPUs. These will get their official launch in January 2017.
GTA V on 1080 on a 850m? I find that hard to believe??

Believe...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2RfsFOjzpU
#8
Choppa
Joe90_guy
I have had only good experience with Medion laptops and when my old laptop had a problem, they did honour the guarantee.
My current laptop has the Nvidia 850m (very similar to the 950m) and it's happily playing GTA V in 1080p. It won't play all games with everything set to max but it's not scanky either.
Having said good things, I wouldn't buy this laptop. First it's pricey for a 950m laptop (£550 would be more like to it) and second, you would be far better off waiting for the new generation of laptops which will come with the cheap but very fast Nvidia 1050/1050 Ti GPUs. These will get their official launch in January 2017.

the 1060 graphics card start at around £1000 that's not exactly cheap where this deal is decent

Yes. Agreed the 1060 laptops are generally around that mark (although there was a Medion 17" 1060 at £855 a couple of months back). No-one yet knows what the 1050/1050Ti laptops will retail at but if you go by 750m -> 850m -> 950m->1050, then I'd 'guess' it will be sub £800 and possibly lower as more 1050 laptops come out. I paid £562 for my 850m laptop two years ago. I'd be looking to pay £650-ish for my next one in maybe a years time.
#9
"Even demanding games find the new Intel Core i7-6500U processor to be a worthy playmate. " they do? I thought it was a dual core.

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