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MEDION ERAZER P6689 Gaming laptop -  i5-8250U, 1050 GTX 4GB dedicated, 8gb RAM £549.97
Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
This seems a great deal at this price point and having a dedicated 1050gtx is a huge bonus at this price point. Positives: - 3 year warrenty - Solid 4c/8t 3.4ghz CPU - Dedicated 1… Read more
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Appears just standard gtx 1050m 4GB. Check with gpu-z, as someone said before, unlike desktop version (4gb on TI and 2gb on non-TI) the mobile 1050 comes either with 2 or 4gb. If it has 640 shaders it is the 'normal', non TI version, the TI has 768 shaders, higher clocked memory and more ROPs/TMUs : 16/40 vs 32/64


I've had 3 laptops over the past 8 years: A Medion, an Acer and a Lenovo. All have been scrapped after about 3 years either due to major component failure or disintegrating due to poor build quality. The bog standard one year warranty is just not good enough for a relatively expensive item. 3 years seems to be the exception, rather than than the norm, and 5 years warranties on laptops, which would be a fairer measure of reasonable lifespan, non existent. The whole situation is so ridiculous I'm having to enforce my rights either with the reatailer via the Consumer Rights Act 2015 or failing that through a Section 75 claim via my credit card provider.


I got mine from Very early this year and it said the same 1050 4GB - I ordered it, a bit wary as it didn't say 'ti' but checked it out when it arrived and it had the 4GB version installed -


Are you sure? This looks like the non-ti to me. MSN: 30023993 This is the standard price for this model now, same price at ebuyer and laptops-direct if you prefer. The warranty situation seems to be a bit of a worry on these laptops from hukders comments.


This is the 4GBti version - Same Laptop I have.. It's a nice bit of kit for the price too

Medion Erazer X30 Intel Core I5, GeForce GTX 1060 3GB, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD Gaming PC at Very for £523.98
Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Been looking at PC’s since Very offered the £100 Back when you use by the code P77U6 and thought this was reasonably good price for the spec. Couldn’t find a better spec for good v… Read more

Ahh fair enough :)


I only asked because it’s £100 back and buy now pay later (essentially meaning I don’t need to have the money upfront)


Wouldn't touch this. Specs say barely anythingabout what is inside


Does it have to be from Very?


Look at the Stryker from CCL posted a few weeks ago, thats a great spec with a 2600 in

Medion Erazer P6689 Core i5-8250U 8GB 1TB & 128GB GTX 1050 15.6" Gaming Laptop (Refurb) - £413.09 @ Argos eBay (with code)
Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Decent budget gaming laptop, with 12-month warranty. Use code PRICEWIN for 10% off.

Another good laptop sold out! :(


Thr specs on this one just seemed perfect with the graphics for some half decent games and quite good for anything else we needed it for.


Depends how you want to use it. There is this for a lot less money Which will do light gaming ie Fortnite etc or there is another machine with an i5 7200u for the same money as the ops post. Based on their current stock you may be worth waiting for the next code to come around


Just missed out on getting one of these (annoyed) Is there any others that are as good or slightly better for same price or £50 more?Any help or advice from the tech geeks would be great


Seems to be a cracking spec with IPS screen and DVD writer as well. Ordered! Heat added

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Medion Touchscreen Laptop Quad Core, 4GB Ram, HD Display £279.99 @ Aldi
Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
Online Exclusive! Not available in store Stylish and versatile, this powerful Full HD Touchscreen Laptop can change its shape to fit your needs whether it's the classic function … Read more

The next one up, n5000, is actually on a par with the 5th Feb Core M :o


While I wouldn’t pay £279 for this machine, you do realise that Celeron architecture has drastically changed since pre-millennium - it isn’t the same super-slow Covington chip... Well, maybe you don’t, I’m not sure but Intel should kill off the sub-brand if this is what the average person thinks of it without actually using one. This is a very power efficient but surprisingly capable chip.


The N4100 is not a bad budget cpu, although truth be told, this hardware spec is ideal for the Chrome OS which will run much snappier than Win 10. For Win 10 I generally recommend a core i3 cpu as a minimum but that will cost significantly more. If your computing requirements are basic it's worth considering due to: 1) 3 yr warranty and included 1yr Office 365 sub. 2) Full HD touch screen (quality unknown but should be at least ok) 3) Full 360 deg hinge so can be used in different modes i.e. tablet, tent etc 3) Aluminium top and bottom to give it a more quality feel 4) Easy to add additional SSD storage up to 256GB. BTW this model is the Medion E3222 (MD 62450) it says so in Aldi's embedded video. Not to be confused with the Medion E3222 (MD63150) variant floating around Europe with a slightly faster Intel Pentium N5000 cpu.


Intel celeron in 2019? Cold


Could this be a good Neverware option?

Medion P6645  15.6 Inch i5 Laptop - £629.99 @ Aldi
02/07/2019Expires on 02/07/2019Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
Looks like a good deal.

I was looking at this. Does anyone know what the screen is like?


It's a reasonable deal, and a 3 year warranty helps as I've had issues with Aldi electricals, but they do at least sort them out if they happen. I'm not voting hot or cold as this deal is right in between for me.


Glad someone else put the specs on the post.

Giving you heat to combat the negatives. It's not amazing for the price but not bad either. 512GB PCIe SSD in particular is unusual and welcome. + the 3 year warranty!


That's the I TB mechanical drive version, this version with an SSD is better for sure.

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Medion Akoya P32010 Desktop PC - £479.99 @ Aldi - available online only
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Seems like a good deal to me. Reasonable spec and a reliable make with 3 years guarantee. Let me know what you think. If you find yourself needing more power to get those tasks do… Read more

Aldi Online, good luck with anyone who orders one, especially if you finish up with Herpes losing it. Great store to shop in though.


AMD processor prices are crashing. Due to new range available from Jul 19


Medion support is something to be avoided at all cost, a couple of English phrases repeated endlessly. Translation 'We don't care'

andyhump Suggests the same deficiencies you identify regarding the psu. But also suggests it's fine with photoshop! XD


In short. Very bad for upgradeability. It is the last thing on Medion's mind. Generic motherboard so not a great basis for upgrading. BIOS scathed in online reviews. Lack of detailed manufacturer's specification either from Aldi or Medion will make this a nightmare to upgrade. Only 2 dimm slots. Probably capable of 8 or 16GB max. each and 2400 to 2666MHz clock speed. Online photos show 1 full length PCIe x 16 and 2 PCIe x 1 slots. gen 2 or 3? who knows. No graphics card power header from the miserable 250W PSU so would need to upgrade that if fitting something remotely mid-range.

MEDION AKOYA P6685 GAMING LAPTOP i5-8250U / 128GB M.2 SSD + 1000GB HDD / Bullguard 1 Year  / Intel & Adobe Software £499.97
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
MEDION AKOYA P6685 GAMING LAPTOP i5-8250U / 128GB M.2 SSD + 1000GB HDD / Bullguard 1 Year Internet Security / Intel & Adobe Software Bundle Intel Core i5-8250U Processor Qua… Read more
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MX150 with 2gb......gaming? .....i suppose solitaire will be good.


Didn't know you could still buy 1366 x 768 screens, thought they died out 5 years ago.


Specs are more multimedia laptop than gaming one. Screen resolution is pretty poor in either case.


My experience has been a good one with Medion: well built and it has outlasted my Dell, which broke - just outside of warranty. Luck of the draw.


I had a Medion laptop. About 13 months in it literally started burning. The mic cable was worn through at the hinge and shorted out. Called Medion - not interested. They wouldn't even tell me a part number to replace the cable. I wouldn't buy another.

Refurbished (12 month guarantee)Medion P6689 15.6" i5 8250u,8GB, 1TB, GTX1050 4GB Gaming Laptop - Black, £424.99 at Argos/ebay
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Decent laptop at this price, comes with 12 month Argos guarantee. General Information: Up to 4.4 hours battery life. Gaming at its best on a 15.6inch Full HD Screen. Includes… Read more



Yes totally. Just worrrying they have that many as refurbished.


Why? It's ok for the money.


OOS now. Its worrying they sold nearly 50 of these


good and bad experiences in all examples of tech. I bought a secondhand medion erazer about 6 years ago from a seller on Ebay. Used it daily for about 3 years then gave it to my niece who continues to use it to this day (was a reasonable i5 spec from memory - I added a SSD to speed it up when I gave it to her). Still works perfectly (other than a broken USB port which was caused by yanking a device out of it at an angle). Not doubting your issues but just adding a balanced view from my own experiences (highfive)

Medion Erazer P6689 Core i5-8250U 8GB 1TB & 128GB GeForce GTX 1050 15.6 Inch Windows 10 Gaming Laptop - £599.97 delivered @ Laptops Direct
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
15.6 Inch Screen Processor - Intel Core i5 8250U RAM - 8 GB Hard Drive - 1 TB Operating System - Windows 10 Optical Drive - DVD-RW 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution Warranty - … Read more
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Warranties are just a way of companies carrying out market research. In law there is the Sale of Goods Act.


Yes, I know. I like to check directly with the manufacturer when these claims are made as some do not apply to N.ireland.


Sneaky sneaky, does my head in when they promise warranties and then make them worthless


I emailed Medion about the finer details of their 3 year warranty and was told yesterday that the 3 year warranty is only available through Aldi.I told them i was planning on buying the Medion model from I emailed some of the online retailers advertising the 3 year warranty about this but not had a response yet. Email was from Medion HQ in Swindon.


Thanks for taking the time to post this deal :)

Medion 4K 43 Inch Smart TV £259.99 Delivered @ Aldi
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
As above. Not a bad price with a 3 year warranty With full high definition quality this 43 inch smart tv will leave you feeling closer to the action than ever before. Watch your… Read more
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Just for information, yesterday I spent several hours setting up one of these for an elderly neighbour. The most obvious issue, for me, is the fairly poor picture quality when watching pretty much any HD or SD channel. All skin tones appear to have gone through the dreaded "skin smoothing" process and the noise reduction options don't help. For a 4K TV it is not wonderful. Packed with features it might be but the single most important feature of a TV has to be the picture quality and it is not very good.


I'm not looking over anything - I'll let you do that :)


the links have been posted so you could look over the specs, i took a quick look and they are the same except the Aldi has a pvr tuner, the LG has a far superior build quality, far better system software and is a far better company with a 6 year warranty from Richer Sounds, where Aldi will give you 2 maximum. So again as posted above, the LG is a far better tv for £20 more, plus the warranty from RS makes it a superb deal, it's dropped from £339 to £279, the Aldi tv is overpriced.


Who was arguing? Are you completely and utterly thick to have seen my comments as being argumentative? I asked about the differences between the two SO THAT THOSE WHO MAY BE INTERESTED CAN DECIDE!!!!! So no I'm not the stupid one here - can't help you though.

imnotlikeyou Already been posted at the higher price of 299, later reduced to 279...... LG trumps anything a vestel can deliver, hands down. You must be stupid to argue a flatpack tv from Turkey is better than one made by one of the best tv manufacturers in the world.

Medion Akoya E23401 Gaming Intel Core i5 8GB RAM Win 10 Home Desktop PC £773.31 delivered Ebuyer
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Product DescriptionMedion Akoya E23401 Gaming Intel Core i5 8GB RAM Win 10 Home Desktop PC 30026003 - MEDION AKOYA E23401 All-in-One Ci5-8250U 8GB 2TB 256SSD The MEDION AKOYA E234… Read more
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It won't not make you those things


If I buy it, will it make me young and sexy?


It's a time machine though


This is absolutely not a gaming machine.


Fair play (y)

Medion Erazer P66019 Core i5-8400 8GB 1TB + 128GB SSD GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Windows 10 Gaming PC £599.99 @ Laptops Direct
Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Processor - Intel Core i5 8400 Graphics card - GeForce GTX 1060 RAM - 8 GB SSD - 128 GB Operating System - Windows 10 Hard Drive - 1 TB Optical Drive - DVD-RW Warranty - 3 year war… Read more

Is this deal any good for the money?



Do you have a link to this deal please @mykisemi ?

Medion P6689 15 Inch i5 8GB 1TB GTX1050 Gaming Laptop £599.99 @ Argos
Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Hi, My son has been looking for an entry level gaming laptop for ages that will play Fortnite and a few other titles. We've had this model in mind for ages as he added it to his … Read more
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Brand is irrelevant. Concentrate on specs and a good warranty


medion a good brand or asus for gaming


Google is your friend but seeing as you you go Oh and yes this deal is brand new vs the one I just linked to but its still got a 12 month Argos warranty whcih is the same as you get with this deal


Would something like this be capable of running x plane 11 at a good stand


Gaming laptop... What games does this play on any setting above medium ? It really doesn't deserve the name gaming laptop

Medion Erazer X6805 i5-8300H 8GB 1TB+256GB M.2 SSD GTX1060 6GB 15.6" FHD IPS Gaming Laptop - £779.97 at Box, 3 Year Medion Warranty
Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Decent specs for the money. KEY FEATURES Intel Core i5-8300H Quad-Core Processor 15.6" Full HD IPS Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 256GB M.2 SSD + 1000G… Read more

Anyone know if this laptop keeps quiet whiole doing light work e.g. Word, web surfing etc? Thanks.


The i5-8300H is almost 30% faster than the i7 in that model.


i7 as well


How does this one compare £110 cheaper? Ryzen 5 as opposed to Intel processor & AMD Radeon Vega gfx


The one down looks good too

Medion Erazer X6805 i5-8300H 8GB 1TB+256GB M.2 SSD GTX1060 6GB 15.6" FHD Gaming Laptop - £799.97 at Box
Posted 6th AprPosted 6th Apr
Decent price for this gaming laptop. Key Features Intel Core i5-8300H Quad-Core Processor 15.6" Full HD IPS Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 256GB M.2 SS… Read more

I would say with what you got in and out of the laptop, it's a great deal. 🔥


I know buddy but for a Strix 2 with all the bells and whistles (512gb SSD, 16gb ram 2666mhz, 144Hz 3ms screen + the bundle with backpack, headset, free games and stickers) I don't think it's completely outrageous (confused) I know I cannot justify it and I'm still shocked I let myself spend so much on a piece of tech that's going to depreciate like crazy but ... YOLO :) :) + I was still depressed after my HP Omen died last month so I had to be like Elsa and let i go (y) (unicorn)


i7 + 1070 for that much is still a bit over priced actually. If you look through hukd with 1070 laptops, you'll find that they come down to 1200 and less. Though if you got with high specced configuration and premium build, then I guess it's alright 😁


I just bought my little beast (i7 + 1070 for £1400) last night so I could not believe my eyes now when I saw the price on this combo :o truly an Easter egg :)


If you ask if it copes with Adobe Photoshop or Light Room well, yes it does (and a lot more than editing photos), however, I could not tell you how colour accurate the screen is. Personally I did not find any laptop that offers 100% accuracy for photo editing so I would connect an external screen

Medion Erazer 17.3" FHD IPS Core i7-7820HK 16GB 256GB+1TB GeForce GTX 1070 Laptop, £1299.97 at Box
Posted 4th AprPosted 4th Apr
Decent saving on this laptop. KEY FEATURES Quad-Core: Intel Core i7-7820HK Processor 17.3" Full HD IPS Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 16GB RAM 256GB SSD + 1000GB HDD… Read more

Is like indesit now


How does that cpu stack up?


This was back when Aldi sold them as desktops. (Decent reputation) I am sure they had a good reputation back then but it was years ago. I didn’t actually think they still produced stuff these days.


Is never been , acytually is on the list the most faulty electronics in each service just do some research


Medion used to be a good reliable brand with good warranty. Not sure if that has changed.

Medion Erazer P6689 Core i5-8250U, 8GB, 1TB +128GB, 120Hz IPS, GTX 1050 4GB, 15.6" Gaming Laptop, £599.97 at Box
Posted 2nd AprPosted 2nd Apr
Decent price. Key Features Quad-Core: Intel Core i5-8250U Processor 15.6" Full HD IPS 120Hz Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB RAM 128GB SSD + 1000GB HDD DVD … Read more

Hm tempting but not sure


Notebook check summary: "78%: This rating is not convincing. The laptop is evaluated below average, this is not really a recommendation for purchase." I presume it depends what you are looking for. I'd want at least a backlit keyboar for £600.


Why would you want that? The Intel card is quiet and low power consumption. The laptop should automatically use the Nvidia card when required.


Yeah this is pretty much the for all laptops, except ones with G-sync screens (I'm not sure about freesync). But those you're unlikely to get for under £1k.


I bought the 17" version of this last month when on offer for same price, I'm generally happy with it, I changed to 16GB RAM and will change the 1TB HDD to a 500GB SSD. One thing that let me down and it might be same on all laptops with GFX cards, is that I can't set the machine to use the GFX card 100% of the time like on a desktop, you can set up each program to use either onboard or GFX card but not the OS for example. My primary reason for buying a "gaming" laptop was to get away from Intel's onboard GFX but keep the Intel CPU, like on my desktop. I don't game on PC's, I use consoles purely for convenience.

Medion GTX 950 gaming laptop core i5 8gb ram 1tb hard drive - £499.97 @ Laptops Direct
Posted 23rd MarPosted 23rd Mar
Tasked with finding my nephew a cheap gaming laptop to get him started. Looks really good for the money. Only a 9 series graphics card but will be more than capable of playing most… Read more

Anyone near the Argos Clearance store in Corby could check this one out, with a 1050 gfx card. No longer classed as "top end", I know. But surely worth it for £315!


I have seen this model second hand for two hundred and fifty quid edit: if OP wants link pm me, it’s £259. Not sold by me but save your neiphew a bundle


That GPU is hot garbage, don't bother with anything less than a 1050ti.


I don't know why you would go for a 9 series GTX when for an extra 50-100 quid you can go to a 10 series. Budgeting reasons maybe but for another 2 years of support i would suggest the upgraded 10 series.


Cold, pretty much the barest minimum of spec you could call a gaming laptop! Would need a SSD upgrade from day one and even then that GPU will hold it back in anything beyond esports titles (might even struggle on some of those). To be fair probably hard to spec a genuinely good gaming laptop for under £500, in general if you want to game and £500 is the budget you are far better off with a desktop where your money will go a LOT further...

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