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All-In-One PC/Entertainment Centre with Touch Screen & 3yr warranty @ Aldi
All-In-One PC/Entertainment Centre with Touch Screen & 3yr warranty @ Aldi

All-In-One PC/Entertainment Centre with Touch Screen & 3yr warranty @ Aldi

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Intel® Pentium® processor T4400 2.20 GHz,dual core, 1 MB Cache, 800 MHz FSB
4 GB DDR2 SDRAM1
1 TB (1000 GB) S-ATA hard drive for more than 200,000 music tracks or photos2
NVIDIA® GeForce® 9100 MG DirectX® 10 graphics with 256 MB shared memory for full HD video playback and multimedia applications
4-in-1 multi-card reader for SD, MMC, MS & MS Pro memory cards3
Connections 2 x PS/2, 7 x USB 2.0, 1 x LAN 10/100/1000 MBit/s.
Screen
Full HD Touchscreen with single-touch control
21.5"/55cm TFT widescreen display in 16:9 widescreen format with full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels)
Entertainment
Multi-standard DVD/CD burner4 with DVD-RAM and dual-layer support
5 quick access sensor points for multimedia functionality
Integrated sound system with 2 high-performance speakers
6 channel analogue audio5
1x mic in5, 1x line in5, 1x line out5, 1x SPDIF out (coaxial)
Digital DVB-T Freeview/Analogue TV-Tuner
Communication
Latest wireless LAN 802.11 standard-n technology with up to 300 MBit/s., 802.11 b/g compatible6
Network controller Gigabit LAN (10/100/1000 Mbit/s.) on board
Integrated 1.3 MP webcam with microphone
Huge software package (OEM versions) with Windows® 7 Home Premium, Microsoft® Works 9.0, Windows Live Essentials and much more...

Accessories included
Remote control, wireless keyboard, wireless optical mouse, external mains adapter incl. power cable, Windows Recovery DVD (32 Bit)

51 Comments

Cold, sorry. You're paying for the novelty of a touch screen here.

Would expect a better processor and graphics card for the price. Could quite easily get a good gaming PC for that price, with a larger, branded monitor. And if gaming isn't what you're after a £200 odd unit from ebuyer and £100 22" monitor would be better for general use.

yos2008;6871059

Cold, sorry. You're paying for the novelty of a touch screen here.Would … Cold, sorry. You're paying for the novelty of a touch screen here.Would expect a better processor and graphics card for the price. Could quite easily get a good gaming PC for that price, with a larger, branded monitor. And if gaming isn't what you're after a £200 odd unit from ebuyer and £100 22" monitor would be better for general use.



I disagree - most half-decent all-in-one computers are a good £200-£300 more. Ok, it has a pentium dual core cpu but so what? Windows media centre runs perfectly on laptop with 2GB ram and 1.7ghz celeron m single core processor , so it would run great with a 2.2ghz dual core and double the ram I have in my laptop.

I know there are cheaper options and cheaper ways to get a nice media centre pc, but i can see why this attracts more than just a few customers!

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yos2008;6871059

Cold, sorry. You're paying for the novelty of a touch screen here.Would … Cold, sorry. You're paying for the novelty of a touch screen here.Would expect a better processor and graphics card for the price. Could quite easily get a good gaming PC for that price, with a larger, branded monitor. And if gaming isn't what you're after a £200 odd unit from ebuyer and £100 22" monitor would be better for general use.




Err this is a all in one touchscreen PC, thats the point , you are trying to compare apples and pears !

Seems hot to me.
I agree that you are paying a lot more for getting a touchscreen all in one (if that's not what you want then go elsewhere), if you DO want an all-in-one touchscreen pc then this is a bargain, HP ones start at £800.

Good find

really good price for an all in one... Voted HOT!!

alexwalker3;6871494

I disagree - most half-decent all-in-one computers are a good £200-£300 m … I disagree - most half-decent all-in-one computers are a good £200-£300 more. Ok, it has a pentium dual core cpu but so what? Windows media centre runs perfectly on laptop with 2GB ram and 1.7ghz celeron m single core processor , so it would run great with a 2.2ghz dual core and double the ram I have in my laptop.I know there are cheaper options and cheaper ways to get a nice media centre pc, but i can see why this attracts more than just a few customers!



+1

very tempted... heat

Nice deal

yos2008;6871059

Cold, sorry. You're paying for the novelty of a touch screen here.Would … Cold, sorry. You're paying for the novelty of a touch screen here.Would expect a better processor and graphics card for the price. Could quite easily get a good gaming PC for that price, with a larger, branded monitor. And if gaming isn't what you're after a £200 odd unit from ebuyer and £100 22" monitor would be better for general use.



Thats like comparing an unbranded mp3 player to an ipod touch

Idiot

Hot from me

Seem's like a good deal and generally Aldi's deals actually seem like there are really good value at the time. Thou, as previous post have said, if you where to look around, even consider building your own machine, they aren't that competive after all.
I have previous made the mistake of buying a few pc's, some years ago from aldi, and this manufacture. Between the two, they cant run a **** run in a brewery. As when I bought a Pc, that was faluty from them, it took me over two months to get the monies I paid them. As no one would expect responabilty. Times may have changed, but just remember, Aldi customer service aint all that.

Huge software package (OEM versions) with Windows® 7 Home Premium, … Huge software package (OEM versions) with Windows® 7 Home Premium, Microsoft® Works 9.0, Windows Live Essentials and much more...



I wouldn't call that HUGE lol

ReflexReact;6876288

I wouldn't call that HUGE lol



Maybe they put the OEM disks in a very large box.....

Not blown away by the styling of this Medion, but with the touch screen technology I bet you could find applications to make friends jealous.

Would love to navigate my album collection with this sort of interface.

not that greater deal if you ask me, i mean for that price i'd expect at least a core 2 duo and the brands not fantastic. voted warm

Medion 3 year warranty.

Bwahahahaa

A touch screen on a media center? I suppose it has novelty value but wouldn't you be using the remote control 95% of the time?

Judging from promo shot, finger prints could be an issue.

probably like the ones in the job centre...they never work due to greasy finger prints..

Might be useful for a retail checkout or ATM I suppose.

Who sits in front of a PC at a desk to consume Media? Sitting on a sofa in front of a 32"+ TV, or Projector, hooked up to a Hi-Fi is a little more comfortable.

Might have given this a chance, but with the lack of connections, no HDMI, DVI, S-Video, Scart.

One i couldn't connect my cable box and secondly i'd have no chance connecting my PS3

Voted hot as this is a good deal for what it is aimed at, if you want a gaming PC this isn't it so don't vote on that basis.

kborom;6876802

Voted hot as this is a good deal for what it is aimed at, if you want a … Voted hot as this is a good deal for what it is aimed at, if you want a gaming PC this isn't it so don't vote on that basis.



What is it aimed at though? It's not good enough for gaming and why would you pay the premium for a touch screen on a media centre?

Edit: Other than to show off of course

flusteredpie;6876901

What is it aimed at though? It's not good enough for gaming and why would … What is it aimed at though? It's not good enough for gaming and why would you pay the premium for a touch screen on a media centre?Edit: Other than to show off of course



Someone has already mentioned it would make a great Jukebox interface. Like an Ipod Touch on steroids.

I also reckon it would be great in a kitchen (bar finger prints). I get all my recipes from online and find that my laptop isn't ideal in the kitchen. The screen is too small, you don't want to touch the keyboard with remotely wet fingers and you always worry about the laptop on a surface in case of a spillage. A nice big 22" screen that can quickly be navigated by touch and acts as a TV and media device sounds a great solution for that. I can see it needing a wipe after every meal though.

This deal is red hot.

I wouldn't buy this PC in a million years, but the touchsreen alone is worth more than £600. A 21" touch screen is something that simply shouldnt be available at this price. On top of that you effectively get a computer, for free.

Yeah ive got to agree, after seeing this i thought id have a look at some touch screen prices. this is a bargain touchscreen alone! i think i only found one 21" screen at £1000+ and that was just a screen, no computer

HOT!

JadeFox;6877896

i think i only found one 21" screen at £1000+ and that was just a … i think i only found one 21" screen at £1000+ and that was just a screen, no computer



Years ago I saw my dentist using a touchscreen monitor. I thought it was incredibly cool. I looked up the prices and was scared away. Even now, these things are very expensive.

To get a touch screen monitor and a PC for £600 is pretty amazing.

sibeer;6877524

Someone has already mentioned it would make a great Jukebox interface. … Someone has already mentioned it would make a great Jukebox interface. Like an Ipod Touch on steroids.I also reckon it would be great in a kitchen (bar finger prints). I get all my recipes from online and find that my laptop isn't ideal in the kitchen. The screen is too small, you don't want to touch the keyboard with remotely wet fingers and you always worry about the laptop on a surface in case of a spillage. A nice big 22" screen that can quickly be navigated by touch and acts as a TV and media device sounds a great solution for that. I can see it needing a wipe after every meal though.



I think a small touchscreen on a dedicated jukebox PC is a great idea, but I just don't see it as being worth the money for a media centre where you're far more likely to be using the remote.

I like your kitchen idea though, I didn't consider that.

Why oh why do they do 4gb ram!? a 32 bit machine can only address 3gb... GRRRR

fatreg;6878010

Why oh why do they do 4gb ram!? a 32 bit machine can only address 3gb... … Why oh why do they do 4gb ram!? a 32 bit machine can only address 3gb... GRRRR



thanks for that I never realised that.

so i should look for a 64bit op system will microsoft office work with 64 bit or would i need to get an upgrade

The 32 bit addressing limit is 4gb, you'll find that due to AGP apertures and reserved memory areas that only about 3.5gb or thereabouts is available for system use. Some OS'es see that the machine has 4gb in total and report that (Vista, Win7), others see the usable limit and report that instead (XP).

You'll need a 64bit OS to use more than 4gb.

This seems a good price for a touch screen pc, pity it isn't multi touch however.

mmm...stupid question...so where,s the PC ?

Is it like a tower that sits behind the touchscreen monitor or is it a touchscreen built in to the pc ?

Also how portable is it ?

forcedv;6878271

Also how portable is it ?



Probably about this portable:

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forcedv;6878271

mmm...stupid question...so where,s the PC ?Is it like a tower that sits … mmm...stupid question...so where,s the PC ?Is it like a tower that sits behind the touchscreen monitor or is it a touchscreen built in to the pc ?Also how portable is it ?



It will be a fairly fat 22" screen with the computer built in. You could carry it round like a laptop, but with no battery and being massive you would look like a very special boy :thumbsup:

sibeer;6878338

It will be a fairly fat 22" screen with the computer built in. You could … It will be a fairly fat 22" screen with the computer built in. You could carry it round like a laptop, but with no battery and being massive you would look like a very special boy :thumbsup:



It doesn't look that fat actually. If you click on the link then 'connected quickly' it shows a video of the connections etc.

No bluetooth ......................................

burundi;6878168

This seems a good price for a touch screen pc, pity it isn't multi touch … This seems a good price for a touch screen pc, pity it isn't multi touch however.



How did you find this out? i thought it was to do with the OS not the screen?

Also if anyone knows if the screen is resistive or capacitive? and why is there a laptop graphics cards in a PC? So many questions! but still quite tempted

Maybe things have changed but the last time Aldi had a good PC offer I was the first person in the store and to the check out the PC (boxes) were on display but they had sold out-personally I felt tricked

bigtruck1043;6880619

No bluetooth ......................................



Bluetooth...that 'vital' feature that can be added for about £2...

withabix;6881688

Bluetooth...that 'vital' feature that can be added for about £2...



Where from £2 dont think so
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