Medion® Akoya® E6210 £450 @ Aldi
Medion® Akoya® E6210 £450 @ Aldi

Medion® Akoya® E6210 £450 @ Aldi

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Performance designed for life on the go

Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core processor T3400 (2.16 GHz, 1 MB L2 cache, 667 MHz FSB) has proved a particularly powerful system. Increase your efficiency by the simultaneous execution of multiple applications: Edit a video and download music simultaneously from the Internet or use sound business applications, while security tasks are executed.

Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core technology
with Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core processor T3400 (2,16 GHz, 1 MB L2 cache, FSB 667 MHz)

Massive storage
250 GB Western Digital hard disk for storing more than 50,000 music tracks/photos*

Huge memory

Home cinema experience in 16:9
16" TFT widescreen display with HD resolution (1366 ?768 pixels)

Crystal clear graphics
Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 4500 MHD based on PCI-Express technology incl. digital HDMI audio/video output to HD displays

High speed wireless connections
Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g Draft-n with up to 300 Mbit/s. 802.11 b/g compatible**

Battery life
Powerful 8 cell Li-ion rechargeable battery

Burn CDs and DVDs
LG 8?multi-standard DVD/CD Burner with DVD-RAM and Dual Layer support***

Stay connected
Gigabit Ethernet LAN (10/100/1000 Mbit/s.) on board

Convenient extended keyboard
Integrated numeric key pad

2 integrated speakers

Stylish high-gloss design

Ports and connections

4in1 Multicard reader**** for SD, MMC, MS & MS Pro
1 ?Express Card Slot 54
3 ?USB 2.0
1 ?eSATA/USB 2.0
1 ?HDMI Out
1 ?VGA Out
1 ?LAN (RJ45)
1 ?Mic In
1 ?Line In
1 ?Line Out
6 Channel Audio Out (analogue & S/P-DIF)

Connect this notebook to a HD-Ready TV via the HDMI port to experience brilliant colours and picture perfect clarity with pure digital surround sound. The ultimate high definition digital cinema experience.

Huge Software Package (OEM Versions)
pre-installed and/or on CD/DVD and recovery DVD or CD

Windows Vista® Home Premium with new Media Centre user interface incl. Service Pack 1
Microsoft® Works® 9.0 incl. Office Home and Student Trial Version 60 days test version (Internet connection required for activation). After 60 days you have to purchase a licence if you want to continue using the product.
Nero essentials (Nero Burning ROM 8, Nero Recode 3, Nero Express 8, Nero Vision 5)***
Corel®Draw Essentials 3 + Corel® MediaOne
BullGuard Internet Security Pack Incl. 90 days update (free registration required) via Internet. After 90 days you have to purchase a licence if you want to receive ongoing updates.
System Recovery powered by Symantec symantec.com

Accessories included

Notebook carry bag
Li-ion high capacity battery
USB scroll mouse
Windows Vista® Home Premium recovery DVD


Considering you get a 3year warranty and that laptops can and do fail within that time .. the price of cover included makes this worth considering.

Good deal, I got a laptop from Aldi, and I am really impressed with it.

Why is this voted cold? Its a great Laptop, Medion are very good. I have had a few products from them.
Unless someone can provide a link to a bteer spec laptop then dont vote at all

whats the graphics card? integrated or dedicated?

Original Poster

Not sure why this is cold....comparing this to others w similar specs, this deal seems like a bargain.

I bought a Medion Laptop from Aldi's nearly 2 years ago - and have been very pleased with it. Only came with 1gb ram, but doubled to the maximum a few months ago. I really need more so this latest offer seems good.

Anyone know if I would be able to increase on the 3gb in the future if I needed to?

Seems a good deal to me

The geeks are not keen on the gfx
'The phrase "Mobile Intel Graphic Media Accelerator" translates into English as "This isn't designed for gaming"

Any game what people class as decent will not run, well I lie, it will run at about 5 FPS.'

uncle den;4129110

look … look here:whistling:http://www.techradar.com/news/mobile-computing/hands-on-aldi-s-cheap-as-chips-hdmi-laptop-501549

That's a pretty positive review :thumbsup: As has been said it's not for gaming but £450 for a decent spec with 3 year warranty would tempt me (if I didn't already have more laptops than I can use!).

Just picked one up this morning - very impressed for the price!

Given the spec it performs as expected, haven't tested HDMI output yet, hopefully doing so tonight.

Only gripes I've had (due to being picky, rather than build quality) are the lack of a physcial volume control (it's a Fn button + Up or Down) and the Delete being top right, and the dot in the numerical keypad is bizarrely above the number 7 key.

The bag it comes with isn't amazingly protective, but I'd always recommend in getting a bigger ebtter bag for any notebook - google the techair 16" or 17" bags for good ones (that now have lifetime warranty!).

Ports are at the sides of the laptop rather than the back, so you might need more space around it on a desk if you plan on hooking things up to it - one USB hub would limit the number of connections (I hear they're cheap in Poundland ).

Screen is clear, bright and I found the contrast more than good. (No dead pixels for me as well).

3yr warranty makes this better value than the equivalent Dell Inspiron in my opinion, which I was considering for work, but then went for this one instead.
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