Medion Notebook N9758 14.1" *Refurb* 12 Months Warranty £209.99 @ Medionshop.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Looks like a good deal to me for those looking for a cheap laptop, especially as they are offering a 12 month warranty, has a DVDRW and Vista Home Premium! Not too sure about the processor though if anyone could shed their knowledge on it!

Geniune Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Premium
AMD TurionTM 64 X2 Dual Core Technology TL-50 (1.6GHz)
NVIDIA® GeForceTM Go 6100
High definition audio with 2 loudspeakers
14.1" TFT WXGA display with 1280 x 800px
16:10 for opitimised DVD playback
DVD-Writer/-ReWriter
160GB Hard Drive
2GB DDR II RAM
10/100 Mbit Fast Ethernet LAN port & V.90 modem
Wireless LAN 802.11b.g with up to 54 Mbit/s

External AC Adapter
Li-Ion battery

1 x Express Card/54
3 x USB 2.0
1 x VGA Out
1 x LAN (RJ45)
1 x Microphone In
1 x Line Out

Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Premium
Ahead Nero Burning ROM 7.5
Nero Recode 2

12 Months Warranty
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#1
Looks pretty good to me.
#2
Good processor if compared to a netbook! Anybody managed to find a picture?!
banned#3
hakkerz
Good processor if compared to a netbook! Anybody managed to find a picture?!


Cheers wasn't sure about the processor, not to clued up on AMD's. Can't find a pic anywhere!!!
banned#4
whatsThePoint
Not that hot a deal for a secondhand laptop, you can get better spec refurb from PCworld for that sort of price


Please send me a link to one as im in the market for one.....

As far as I can ses the netbooks (10in) range start at £180 and the laptops (14in range) start at £279.99 so where is the cheaper eqivalent that your talking about??
#5
JNY
Cheers wasn't sure about the processor, not to clued up on AMD's. Can't find a pic anywhere!!!


AMD processors have, generally, tended to run much hotter than Intel. I wouldn't take a chance on one in such a small enclosure.

You'll soon get the opposite view from the AMD fanboys.:whistling:
#6
I've got a HP lappy with a turion chip in (1.9 ghz) and it runs damn hot. It's normally around 60C whilst doing nothing in particular. It's a coupla years old but I do blast the fluff out of the fans every now & then.
#7
[FONT=Verdana]Good find OP, especially with the DVD Writer being included and would be ideal for those working within a restricted budget.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#8
I'm no friend of Medion but this is a good price for what you get. Curry/PCworld refurbs are worse.
#9
nice find:thumbsup:
#10
pet2000;7809324
I'm no friend of Medion but this is a good price for what you get. Curry/PCworld refurbs are worse.


[FONT=Verdana][COLOR=Navy]+1[/COLOR] - I know of a few members still using the Medion Akoya E1210 (purchased via the Sainsburys Deal last year) and they are running pretty well still.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
banned#11
whatsThePoint
PCworld/currys are out but dell have a few of these if you are quick


System Specification


Inspiron 1545
(System Identifier: FXDGEL6R)


Inspiron 1545 Intel Celeron 900(2.20GHz,800MHz,1MB)
English Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64 BIT)

System Price : £225.60

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Operating System
English Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64 BIT)
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Memory
2048MB (2x1024)
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Hard Disk Drive
160GB (5,400 rpm)
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Certified Refurbished
Certified Refurbished
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NoteBook Screen
Display 15.6in Widescreen WXGA with TrueLife WLED
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MISC
Battery Inspiron Primary 4-cell 28WHr Li-Ion
Dell Wireless 1397 (802.11 b g)
Camera Not Included
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Base
Inspiron 1545 Intel Celeron 900(2.20GHz,800MHz,1MB)
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Media Bay
DVD+/- RW


Good system but comes in at £265.08 after VAT has been added
#12
Have A Medion Laptop ,sent Back Within Warranty,overheating.said They Cleaned The Fan And It Was Supposed To Be As Good As New. It Would Overheat Even After A Few Minutes, Now The Warranty Is Out And The Laptop Has Totally Stopped Working After Smoke Came Out Of The Fan Area.customer Service Was Really Awful.don't Know If I Can Do Anything About This. Bought From Woolworths. Any Ideas?:?
#14
whatsThePoint
How are Currys/PCworld ones worst? They are usually end of line and not secondhand ones that have been repaired like these


I had 3 refurb laptops from currys, all faulty at arrival. Still faulty after several repairs.
#15
BEL2901
Have A Medion Laptop ,sent Back Within Warranty,overheating.said They Cleaned The Fan And It Was Supposed To Be As Good As New. It Would Overheat Even After A Few Minutes, Now The Warranty Is Out And The Laptop Has Totally Stopped Working After Smoke Came Out Of The Fan Area.customer Service Was Really Awful.don't Know If I Can Do Anything About This. Bought From Woolworths. Any Ideas?:?


It was a few years ago now, but I once bought a laptop from the Dell outlet.

After 18 months the motherboard failed, probably the most expensive repair a laptop can require. They told me it was out of warranty and ineligible for repair.

I responded that The Sale of Goods Act states purchases "must be of satisfactory quality, sufficiently durable, free from any defects" and that as the laptop had visibly been well looked after, the laptop clearly had not been of a satisfactory quality, unless they were satisfied for their products to fail after 18 months.

We may have had a few emails back and forth debating, but it was obviously clear I wasn't going to give up (I was a poor student at the time who needed the laptop and couldn't afford any replacement or repair), and eventually they relented and repaired it!

The Sale of Goods Act is on your side in this situation, sadly, I just did a bit of reading and it seems the sale of good acts applies to the retailer, not the manufacturer, but it may still be worth a go! Good luck!
#16
pet2000
I had 3 refurb laptops from currys, all faulty at arrival. Still faulty after several repairs.


had this myself,bought a compaq from dixons refurbs for 220 pounds and it arrived with a faulty keyboard(so much for thoroughly checking it:whistling:)
to be fair it was fixed and returned in 3 days and has been great now for nearly 2 years so would probably buy one from them again as it saved me 120 pounds on the new price.
#17
Stating:

"Product is not available any longer"

When added to basket
#18
I have a very similar Medion Akoya. Its was £220 on ebay with a 15.4inch display. Very similar in other specs though, great processor for the price.

Highly reccomend medions :)
#19
Out of stock now.
#20
pet2000
I had 3 refurb laptops from currys, all faulty at arrival. Still faulty after several repairs.


I too have had three, all faulty.

I think they just attempt to resell returns which were obviously faulty in the first place.

Didn't have a problem getting a refund though - just more hassle than it's worth.
#21
BEL2901
Have A Medion Laptop ,sent Back Within Warranty,overheating.said They Cleaned The Fan And It Was Supposed To Be As Good As New. It Would Overheat Even After A Few Minutes, Now The Warranty Is Out And The Laptop Has Totally Stopped Working After Smoke Came Out Of The Fan Area.customer Service Was Really Awful.don't Know If I Can Do Anything About This. Bought From Woolworths. Any Ideas?:?



A good idea would be to use less capital letters:whistling:
#22
this has hdmi output as well. maybe should have bought this instead of the acer aspire i bought for £140!
#23
johndhuk
It was a few years ago now, but I once bought a laptop from the Dell outlet.

After 18 months the motherboard failed, probably the most expensive repair a laptop can require. They told me it was out of warranty and ineligible for repair.

I responded that The Sale of Goods Act states purchases "must be of satisfactory quality, sufficiently durable, free from any defects" and that as the laptop had visibly been well looked after, the laptop clearly had not been of a satisfactory quality, unless they were satisfied for their products to fail after 18 months.

We may have had a few emails back and forth debating, but it was obviously clear I wasn't going to give up (I was a poor student at the time who needed the laptop and couldn't afford any replacement or repair), and eventually they relented and repaired it!

The Sale of Goods Act is on your side in this situation, sadly, I just did a bit of reading and it seems the sale of good acts applies to the retailer, not the manufacturer, but it may still be worth a go! Good luck!

thanks foryour help. i'm going to have ago at contacting medion. one can only hope................
#24
steppsman
A good idea would be to use less capital letters:whistling:

no problem lol
#25
Seems to be back in stock.. or "on stock" as it says.
banned#26
ctafield
Seems to be back in stock.. or "on stock" as it says.


Has been removed from the website. There is this one though...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/607989/medion-15-4-notebook-n9773-refurbis

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