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MEDION Erazer P6681 Gaming Laptop £499.97 @ Box.co.uk
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MEDION Erazer P6681 Gaming Laptop £499.97 @ Box.co.uk

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Posted 11th Jul

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hey guys seems a good deal ish i guess i am on hunt for la[ptop and found this one
KEY FEATURES
  • Intel Core i5-7200U Dual Core Processor
  • 15.6" Full HD IPS Screen
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
  • 8GB RAM
  • 1000GB HDD
  • DVD Rewriter
  • Dedicated GeForce GTX 1050 4GB Graphics
  • USB3 | HDMI | Bluetooth
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Would be a good deal were it not for the cpu
Oh that CPU...still thats a great price for 4gb 1050 laptop.
I had a medion gaming laptop lasted one and a half year then the motherboard died, I'm not a gamer so never got to hot.never get one again.
Edited by: "oakeydoke" 11th Jul
I have the P6689. While I'm happy with the specs and the performance for the money, the build quality is poor (keyboard feels cheap and it isn't backlit), it's the reason why these are so cheap compared to others. Part of me wishes I'd spent an extra £100.00 for better build quality, but if you're on a budget, these Medion laptops are a good option.
those bezels.......
Dual core and gaming really?
Why is everyone on about the CPU? Is it because its only 2 core rtaher than 4?
i bought one open box a couple of weeks ago; typing on it now. upgraded memory and with an m2 ssd - definitely recommended
Savvy111/07/2019 12:58

Why is everyone on about the CPU? Is it because its only 2 core rtaher …Why is everyone on about the CPU? Is it because its only 2 core rtaher than 4?


It's also low power version denoted by the U suffix which means it's also limited in processing power. Probably not much cop for more demanding games... May bottleneck performance in games.
Edited by: "Davos554" 11th Jul
Davos55411/07/2019 13:39

It's also low power version denoted by the U suffix which means it's also …It's also low power version denoted by the U suffix which means it's also limited in processing power. Probably not much cop for more demanding games... May bottleneck performance in games.


Ah I see thank you. Would this be good for video editing?
Edited by: "Savvy1" 11th Jul
Savvy111/07/2019 13:46

Ah I see thank you. Would this be good for video editing?


A lot of laptops are the U variant nowadays. But if you want a bit more power for demanding tasks go for at least a quad core chip... i7 etc. Depends on your use case but I'd probably do some research via computer review sites (see some benchmarks etc) before buying. I saw on they have a basic chart on laptop mag for cpu comparison showing various use cases.
Davos55411/07/2019 13:57

A lot of laptops are the U variant nowadays. But if you want a bit more …A lot of laptops are the U variant nowadays. But if you want a bit more power for demanding tasks go for at least a quad core chip... i7 etc. Depends on your use case but I'd probably do some research via computer review sites (see some benchmarks etc) before buying. I saw on they have a basic chart on laptop mag for cpu comparison showing various use cases.


Sorry to hijack this thread but am after a laptop and was looking at this...
outlet.euro.dell.com/Onl…%3d

Any good?
7200u
Gaming.. on that? Sure if you don't mind struggling to keep 30fps on low settings in 1280x720.

Older games might run ok but I can't see this running The Division 2 well at all. If you wanna game, get a desktop. Gaming on laptops is always a bit naff.
cpu is poo (r) but its a very good price for the spec if you want a desktop replacement which also plays games. So although im dubious about purchasing it for games and the poor battery life I would say it is hot for what you get for the price.
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