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Medion MD8822 Multimedia Entertainment PC at Aldi - £549.99

£549.99 @ ALDI
This is my first product posting Medion MD8822 Multimedia Entertainment PC with Windows Vista Home Premium and the power of Intel Dual-Core technology for only £549.99 Not much info at moment but … Read More
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1d, 3m agoFound 1 decade, 3 months ago
This is my first product posting

Medion MD8822 Multimedia Entertainment PC
with Windows Vista Home Premium and the power of Intel Dual-Core technology for only £549.99

Not much info at moment but this will be available from 29th March in-store

Intel Core 2 Duo Processor E6400 (2.13 GHz, 2MB L2 Cache with 1066 MHz FSB)
Pure Power - Maximum Performance - Ultra Quiet - Energy Efficient.
Surf the net, work, play games, watch digital TV, watch and make your own DVD's, run your photo and digital side shows, listen to your favourite tunes and a whole lot more

Unbeatable specification at an unbelievable price

Windows Vista Home Premium
320GB Hard Disk
The latest NVIDIA GeForce 7650 GS graphics
3-in1 TV Tuner
(DVB-T, DVB-S and analogue TV)
Dual Layer DVD/CD Write (lightscribe)
DVD-ROMDrive (LG)
Integrated Wireless LAN (Medion)
3 Year Warranty
Wireless keyboard
Optical wireless mouse
Remote control included
No Monitor

Hoping to have more info regarding software etc

Is this a good spec machine for the price?
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#1
It looks like they do not have them in stock yet

http://www.aldi.co.uk/

The web site might not have been updated yet though. Personally I could not pay this kind of money for a Medion but prefer to spend a bit more for a decent brand.

Voted hot because it will appeal to others who actually like Medion products (I only own one - GoPal Sat Nav):oops:
#2
It would need to be the best bargain ever for me to ever consider buying Medion again.

Still have the grey hairs I acquired trying to deal with their appalling Customer Service.
#3
to be honest i think some of the dell desktops will be better priced for a similar spec esp. when you factor in no monitor...
#4
Is it just me, or are these recent Aldi PC deals nowhere near as good as they were previously? Not saying that isn't a great spec, but £550 is no longer a 'wow' price for a PC without monitor.
#5
bellboys
Is it just me, or are these recent Aldi PC deals nowhere near as good as they were previously?


That seems to be the general consensus - in the early days, the medions were worth queuing up for but not any more - usually better deals available cheaper. Similarly, the quality of recent medion machines seems to be nowhere near what it was.
#6
bellboys
Is it just me, or are these recent Aldi PC deals nowhere near as good as they were previously? Not saying that isn't a great spec, but £550 is no longer a 'wow' price for a PC without monitor.


Yes I agree
#7
Agreed. I'm writing this on a Medion 8383, which had unbelievable specs for the price at the time. This deal is good, but doesn't have the "wow" factor that the early deals used to have.
#8
tbf i think you have to factor in processor costs
a lot of the wow deals you talk about will be using athlon 64 and pentium d's
whereas this uses a proper core 2 duo
which craps all over the other processors but is more expensive
also the talk of dell deals
if you want to "game2 on your computer
it isnt that easy to get a good deal from dell
as usually there deals have total pants graphics cards in them
so ya would have to buy another and upgrade
just my tuppence :)
please dont shoot me
just trying to contribute with the debate
#9
AL_M
tbf i think you have to factor in processor costs
a lot of the wow deals you talk about will be using athlon 64 and pentium d's
whereas this uses a proper core 2 duo
which craps all over the other processors but is more expensive
also the talk of dell deals
if you want to "game2 on your computer
it isnt that easy to get a good deal from dell
as usually there deals have total pants graphics cards in them
so ya would have to buy another and upgrade
just my tuppence :)
please dont shoot me
just trying to contribute with the debate

agree that some dell graphics are low but then so are the prices! :whistling: and of course you can also chuck a beefier card in. i like dell as i have always had good reliability form them and find their build quality and internal assembly to be generally good, very much preference as you say...
#10
tbh you will be hard pushed to get this Media type spec with thsi warranty from dell or from anywhere for that matter. it doesn't seem to have the "wow" factor as the OP hasn't given the full spec probably because it isn't fully listed. Here is the full spec, including the chassis,

Original Windows Vista™ Home Premium (so not home basic)
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor E6400 (2.13 GHz, 2MB L2 Cache with 1066 MHz FSB)
NVIDIA GeForce HD 7650S 256 MB DDR2 with HDMI/HDCP, DVI, Analogue and Passive Cooling
Wireless Keyboard
Wireless Optical Mouse
1gb 533 DDR2 memory
320gb 7200RPM SATA HD with 8mb cache
3-in-1 TV Card (DVB-T, DVB-S & Analogue) with Remote Control
Lightscribe Dual Layer DVDRW
DVD ROM Drive
8 channle HD Audio
Integrated WLAN 54Mbit/s 802.11g, 802.11b
3 year warranty

Chassis
SATA HDDrive 2 GO ultra speed Data port on top for removable storage
Front Connections
1) 2 x USB 2.0 2) 1x Firewire IEEE 1394 3) 1x microphone
4) 1x headphone 5) 1x audio in 6) 1x Composite in
7) 1x S-video-in 8) 8in1 Media Card Reader

Rear Connections
Connections back
2x PS/2 (mouse, keyboard), 1x COM (serial), 1x LPT1 (parallel), 4x USB 2.0, 1x network connection (RJ 45), 1x FireWire IEEE 1394, 4x optical and Coax S/P-DIF of in and/or exits, 1x front LINE out, 1x Side surround LINE out, 1x center/Subwoofer LINE out, 1x ext Surround LINE out, 1x LINE in, 1x DVI-I, 1x VGA , 1x HDMI , 1x S-video , 1x Composite, 1x Component, 1x SCART, 1x DVB-S and 1x similar/DVB-T

Software
Vista Home Premium, Works 8.5, Office 2007 60 day trial, Power DVD 7, Power Director 5, Power Producer 3, Media Show 3, Photoimpact, My Money 2007, Nero Burning Rom7, Nero Recode, Nero Express, Nero vision, bullguard Internet security (antivirus, spyware, antispam and backup) and bonavista TV EPG.
#11
Aldi deals are nowhere near as good as they once were, wait for the Lidl PC to come out, when , I dont know.
#12
For the spec of PC and the bundled software you will struggle to build it cheaper yourself, so it's not a bad price. But if you need to get it fixed within the 3 year warranty don't expect them to be out straight away, I had to wait 4 weeks from the original phone call to the 1st visit and even then he didn't have the parts he need so had to wait another week before getting it fixed, and I fix Dell PC's for a living and they still insisted on sending out their own engineer to fix it. :x
#13
MacPhisto
For the spec of PC and the bundled software you will struggle to build it cheaper yourself, so it's not a bad price. But if you need to get it fixed within the 3 year warranty don't expect them to be out straight away, I had to wait 4 weeks from the original phone call to the 1st visit and even then he didn't have the parts he need so had to wait another week before getting it fixed, and I fix Dell PC's for a living and they still insisted on sending out their own engineer to fix it. :x


Same experience as you.
I almost had the engineer just sending out the part to me to swap over, but they didnt have any in stock and they had already sent the last one to the engineers that were to come out.
As long as you get a half decent guy on their 2nd line, ie their tech support, then it's possible to get it delivered and give the delivery guy the faulty part back.

AL_M
This spec sucks for gaming too, so not really much of a difference to the Dells then.
#14
The connectivity on these machines is amazing. I bought the last one and it now runs all media in my house - music, TV, pictures, DVDs, home videos. It's great!
#15
Does anyone know what processor it is:

Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E6400 Processor (2.13GHz, 1066MHz, 2MB)

OR

Intel® Viiv™ Core™ 2 Duo E6400 Processor (2.13GHz, 1066MHz, 2MB)

The Viiv is used for TV so hope it does or would not be worth buying
#16
[email protected]
Aldi deals are nowhere near as good as they once were, wait for the Lidl PC to come out, when , I dont know.


Lidl are doing the PC's on 5th April.
It is a Targa brand AMD athlon 64 3500+ for £399 (no monitor)
Leaflet in store, can't see it on website yet, probabaly be on after Thursday.
#17
Here are the Lidl PC link:

http://www.targa.co.uk/

But no prices does anyone know the pric for the laptop, gather from last reply the basic PC is 399
#18
Any idea if the eforce 7650 GS graphics card is any good?
Is it good for game-playing?
thanks.

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