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Refurbished Medion Notebook Dual Core Vista 2GB RAM 160GB HDD BARGAIN £224.98 @ MedionShop

£224.98 @ Medion Shop UK
I am typing on one of these I ordered 48hours ago.Like new,its fantastic for money!You will have to search under refurbished and notebooks as won't let me direct link Medion Electronics Medion® … Read More
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I am typing on one of these I ordered 48hours ago.Like new,its fantastic for money!You will have to search under refurbished and notebooks as won't let me direct link


Medion Electronics
Medion® Notebook MIM2210 N9394 *Refurbished*
Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Basic, Intel® Pentium® Dual- Core?Processor, 15.4" display, 160GB HDD and 2GB RAM

Product No. 30007837


£ 219.99 (delivery £4.99)


Product Description

This great value refurbished notebook comes with Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Basic, Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core Processor, 160GB hard disc drive and a 2GB RAM.

Features
Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Basic
Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core Processor T2300 (1.66 GHz, 1MB L2 Cache,FSB 667)
VIA Chrome9 HC DirectX 9 graphics with 128 MB shared memory
High definition audio with 2 integrated loudspeakers
15.4" TFT WXGA widescreen colour display with 1280 x 800 pixels
16:10 format for optimized DVD playback
Dual layer DVD -Writer/ Re-writer (DVD±R/±RW/±R DL/-RAM CD-RW DVD-ROM)
160GB hard disc drive
2GB DDR II RAM
10/100 Mbit Fast Ethernet LAN port
Wireless networking - 802.11b/g up to 54MBit/s
Integrated Touchpad with two mouse buttons
Li-Ion battery
VDE/GS certified external power supply
Interfaces
4x USB 2.0
1x Ethernet LAN (RJ-45))
1x Express Card/54
1x Microphone
1x Line out
1x VGA out
1 x modem (RJ11)
Software
Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Basic(OEM)
Ahead NERO Burning Rom 7.5 incl. NERO Recode 2 (OEM)
Weight
2.8 kg incl.battery
Dimensions
358 (W) x 263 (D) x 20/36,6 (H)mm
Warranty
90 days
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#1
seems good for the price.
https://www.medionshop.co.uk/P23ShopImagesUK//49/49F0E59422984108E10000000A00007F.jpg
#2
looks good to me, what are refurbs like from Medion?

just 90 days warranty
banned#3
I'm well tempted.
#4
Well ordered one, can always go back if its a bit dodgy, if ok will ebay the akoya e1210 which I got from Sainsburys when they had the offer on.
Thanks OP :thumbsup:
#5
It's only 90 warranty for a reason. Warranty can't even be extended.

Probability is it last only 90 days otherwise they would give a full 1 or 2 year warranty. or at least offer an extended warranty.

My experience with Medion customer service under warranty is NOT GOOD. It took 3 months for my computer repair. I eventually returned mine to Aldi for a refund within the first 12 months.
#6
pet2000
It's only 90 warranty for a reason. Warranty can't even be extended.

Probability is it last only 90 days otherwise they would give a full 1 or 2 year warranty. or at least offer an extended warranty.

My experience with Medion customer service under warranty is NOT GOOD. It took 3 months for my computer repair. I eventually returned mine to Aldi for a refund within the first 12 months.


Problems should be apparent from start? intend to use it a lot for first week or so and if any problem get refund rather than accept a repair.
#7
Firstly you have the DSR which gives you the opp. to return it within 7 days for cost of postage - for ANY reason.

The SoGA also still applies to refurb. items but obviously with a reduced 'reasonable lifetime' - I'm still pretty sure you could claim for any serious fault 6 months hence (a £200+ machine should last at least that long) etc. etc.

Remeber that warranties are optional things - the SoGA is non-optional and Medion have to comply with it whatever they may be 'offering' in warranty terms.
#8
Voted hot.

Personally I think the N9715 @ £249.99 + delivery better value.
#9
Medion are terrible and Vista Basic is next to useless.
#10
well i'm chuffed to bits with mine.Runs lovely for price.
#11
Much better than buying a netbook for the same price.
Would recommend if you're looking for a basic laptop on a budget.
#12
waterden
Medion are terrible .


Rubbish, I own 2 Medion computers, one is 7 years old, the other is 3+ years old, both have been perfect.
#13
why do jammy dodgers get more heat!
#14
mig
Voted hot.

Personally I think the N9715 @ £249.99 + delivery better value.


Agreed, that looks a good deal
#15
ive had a Medion laptop for around 4 years with no problems at all. it was used to play the music at my mobile discos 3 or 4 times a week.

Only changed it to a newer model a few months back, now my daughter uses it.

I also have a Medion tower pc which is now around 6 years old, never had any hardware issues at all.
#16
therealjohnpeat
Firstly you have the DSR which gives you the opp. to return it within 7 days for cost of postage - for ANY reason.

The SoGA also still applies to refurb. items but obviously with a reduced 'reasonable lifetime' - I'm still pretty sure you could claim for any serious fault 6 months hence (a £200+ machine should last at least that long) etc. etc.

Remeber that warranties are optional things - the SoGA is non-optional and Medion have to comply with it whatever they may be 'offering' in warranty terms.


If you ever had to deal with any of these Acts you would know they are not worth the paper they are written on. Companies are a law on to themselves, you can complain to your trading standards office who may investigate it, it'll take ages blah blah blah but there are very few practical elements to you seeing your money back!!
#17
Inactive
Rubbish, I own 2 Medion computers, one is 7 years old, the other is 3+ years old, both have been perfect.


Agree got a medion never any problem.Heat added
#18
Very true. If a company decides they want to keep your money, they will. With the DSG group I remember being told by a solicitor that it once cost one of here clients several times the value of his computer in court fees (over years), by which time the system was worth nothing.

He won by the way, but overall lost a fortune. She said it was not guaranteed you could get costs back either?!?
#19
flufff
why do jammy dodgers get more heat!


They are half price !!!
















:roll::)
#20
I had an eye on one of these for a few days and decided to go for it last week. It came as brand new and the carry case and few bundled software were an added bonus. Frankly for the money I cannot fault it. The built quality is not the best i have seen for a laptop but again for what i paid i am not expecting it to be super duper quality either. One thing people should notice is that the maximum RAM it will take is 2 GB. SO if you are planning to run Vista (any other apart from basic version) then think twice about it. Also for Vista the graphic chipset (VIA) on it is not the best. Vista only rates the over all score as 1 because of the graphics. However you can turn of Aero (use windows basic theme) and you should be fine.

However i am using windows 7 RC and it works perfectly after few tweaks. Over all cannot fault it. Go for it if you want a cheap dual core laptop.
#21
therealjohnpeat

Remeber that warranties are optional things - the SoGA is non-optional and Medion have to comply with it whatever they may be 'offering' in warranty terms.


I dont think thats the case with refurbished goods.
1 Like #22
One thing people should notice is that the maximum RAM it will take is 2 GB. SO if you are planning to run Vista (any other apart from basic version) then think twice about it.


False, any version of Vista runs fine with 2GB. Tried and tested it myself plenty of times.
#23
fishmaster
False, any version of Vista runs fine with 2GB. Tried and tested it myself plenty of times.


Well i am not saying it wont run. It all depends on what you want to do. If you want to surf the internet then its fine. Try to open a few documents and few other programs along with anti virus etc its pretty much useless. Vista has a lot of visual aspects which take up a lot of resources without actually having any real benefits on the computing experience.
#24
mig
Voted hot.

Personally I think the N9715 @ £249.99 + delivery better value.


i got 1 of these deliverd this week its like brand new loads of goodys came with it.
call of duty 4 & call of duty 5 plays perfect

Geniune Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Premium
Intel® CoreTM 2 Duo processor T5250
NVIDIA® GeForceTM 8600M GS
PCI-Express DirectX 10 graphic card with 256MB GDDRII memory
High definition audio with 2 loudspeakers
15.4" TFT WXGA widescreen colour display with 1280 x 800px
16:10 for opitimised DVD playback
Dual Layer DVD-Writer/-ReWriter
250GB Hard Drive
2GB DDR II RAM
Intel® Pro/Wireless 3945
Wireless LAN 802.11 a/b/g with up to 54 Mbit/s
10/100 Mbit Fast Ethernet LAN port
Integrated 1.3MP webcam
Integrated 4in1 card reader (SD/MMC/MC/MS Pro)
#25
medion computers are like tanks

got 2 at home
#26
mustafakemal
Well i am not saying it wont run. It all depends on what you want to do. If you want to surf the internet then its fine. Try to open a few documents and few other programs along with anti virus etc its pretty much useless. Vista has a lot of visual aspects which take up a lot of resources without actually having any real benefits on the computing experience.


Ermm Vista running with 2Gb is fine. (Anything less though and it gets messy)
I have a Dell Inspiron 6000 which I upgraded to 2Gb for my woman about a year ago and it's never had problems, (It's currently wired up to my Yamaha DGX-630 to produce music / use the internet / xfire / Kapersky AV and even runs Zombie Panic - HL2 mod)

Plenty of reviews to back my 'claim's up

http://blogs.zdnet.com/Bott/?p=282

http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=vista+running+with+2gb&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-GB:official&client=firefox-a

Hope that clears up some FUD :)

Cheers
bOing
#27
Had 2 Medion computers both passed onto other family members now one is at least 6-7 years old and it's running perfectly like the day I got it.

mig
Voted hot.

Personally I think the N9715 @ £249.99 + delivery better value.


Can't see that one? where is it.. looking for a netbook for my other half's dad.
#28
one observation... despite it being mentioned as limited stock... havent seen anything go out of stock for the past week or so... maybe its not such a limited stock after all!!!
1 Like #29
dhue
Had 2 Medion computers both passed onto other family members now one is at least 6-7 years old and it's running perfectly like the day I got it.



Can't see that one? where is it.. looking for a netbook for my other half's dad.






Medion Electronics
Medion® Notebook N9715 *Refurbished*
Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Premium, Intel® CoreTM 2 Duo processor T5250, 15.4" widescreen display, 250GB HDD and 2GB RAM

Product No. 30008262
#30
jamba
Medion Electronics
Medion® Notebook N9715 *Refurbished*
Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Premium, Intel® CoreTM 2 Duo processor T5250, 15.4" widescreen display, 250GB HDD and 2GB RAM

Product No. 30008262


ah thanks. have some rep
#31
Good find.
Looking on their refurbished stock, another good buy appears to be the N9712 which is a 17" model.
Bear in mind, Medion re-badge - they don't manufacture to the best of my knowledge. You can get very lucky with Medion and get a hugely subsidised MSI or Fujitsu if you're lucky!
#32
dca860
Good find.
Looking on their refurbished stock, another good buy appears to be the N9712 which is a 17" model.
Bear in mind, Medion re-badge - they don't manufacture to the best of my knowledge. You can get very lucky with Medion and get a hugely subsidised MSI or Fujitsu if you're lucky!


Yeah true the AMD runs slightly hotter and you may get more battery life from the Intel but there roughly the same speed and you get a extra 2" screen
#33
can someone tell me what the battery life would be on the N9715.
#34
jamba
Medion Electronics
Medion® Notebook N9715 *Refurbished*
Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Premium, Intel® CoreTM 2 Duo processor T5250, 15.4" widescreen display, 250GB HDD and 2GB RAM

Product No. 30008262


Anyone know what speed the processor of the N9715 is? E.g. is it 2.0GHz? Am thinking of getting one as it's very cheap for the price! Thanks.
banned#35
Just about to ask the same question, although this one is a dual pentium, it has no graphics, the N9715 has......ok for gaming? Anyone have the card?

Also can it play/show 720p movies, on this one or the N9715?
#36
DaPrince
Anyone know what speed the processor of the N9715 is? E.g. is it 2.0GHz? Am thinking of getting one as it's very cheap for the price! Thanks.


1.5ghz based on this link http://www.intel.com/products/processor_number/chart/core2duo.htm
#37
davedave3
Just about to ask the same question, although this one is a dual pentium, it has no graphics, the N9715 has......ok for gaming? Anyone have the card?

Also can it play/show 720p movies, on this one or the N9715?


720p should be fine on the N9715.
#39
Sorry, keep finding out more about the N915 - should create a new thread. Anyway, from what I can tell, the UK name for this model is Medion MD96480. Was sold in Sainsbury's originally. Lots more info on Google if you use the MD96480 for searching.

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