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Medion Akoya E5312 15.4in Laptop - Argos (online only) £329.99 inc free laptop bag & mouse and 1.5% Quidco
Medion Akoya E5312 15.4in Laptop - Argos (online only) £329.99 inc free laptop bag & mouse and 1.5% Quidco

Medion Akoya E5312 15.4in Laptop - Argos (online only) £329.99 inc free laptop bag & mouse and 1.5% Quidco

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Medion laptop that seems to have a pretty good spec for the money.

Is only available as an online purchase but this qualifies for 1.5% cashback on Quidco.

AMD Turion processor;1.9GHz; 2gb RAM; ATI graphics with HDMI out; 250gb HDD, Vista Home Premium; draft n wireless and free laptop bag and mouse.

Don't know anything about Medion build quality or reliability but on a money to features ratio this could be a good deal for someone.

Full spec below:-

* AMD Turion 64 X2 TL-58 Dual Core Mobile Technology processor.

* 1.9GHz processor speed.

* 2GB DDR2 SDRAM.

* 15.4in screen size.

* Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels.

* Widescreen.

* 250GB hard drive capacity.

* Multiformat dual layer optical drive.

* ATI Mobility Radeon Xpress 1250 based on PCI-Express technology with digital HDMI audio/video output graphics card.

* Media card reader - compatible with MMC, MS/MS Pro, SD.

* 3 USB ports.

* 1 Ethernet port.

* High definition sound card.

* 802.11b/g/draft n wireless enabled.

* Windows Vista Home Premium operating system installed.

* Software included: Microsoft Works 9 including Microsoft Office Home and Student trial version, Nero Burning ROM 8 Essentials and Nero Recode 3, BullGuard Internet Security (trial).

* Includes carrying bag, USB notebook mouse.

* 2 hours 45 mins battery life.

* Size (H)3.77, (W)25.7, (D)35.5cm.

* Weight 2.75kg.

2 Comments

I have this and it is very good once you add an additional 1GB of RAM. It works okay with the 2GB installed, but much better with an addition to the RAM.

Touch pad is its only downfall, takes a while to get used to it, but you do eventually.

I think this was manufactured by Fujitsu as the touch pad driver originates from that source.

Medion technical help are very good should you ever need them?

Terrible laptop I'd strongly recommend you avoid this!! Mine broke numerous times and each time it was sent away the thing came back worse of than it went!! AVOID!!!!
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