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Medion 32" Smart Full HD TV £179.99 @ Aldi
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Cheapest Full HD Smart TV on the market with 3 years warranty LCD-TV with LED-backlight-technology Widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio Full HD experience with razor-sharp images in 16:… Read more

Would I get a better TV for the money by waiting for black friday /cyber Monday?? Genuine question


Picked one up yesterday, is anyone elses screen loose? Seems to be a gap between the glass(screen) and the surround on the one I have.


Just been and picked one up in my local aldi. Plenty of stock in-store. For the price this is a really good TV. Nice upgrade for my son's bedroom. Very happy.


I bought the 55" Sony AF8 Oled three weeks back for the living room, being our first Smart TV. Now we both love it so I said to the wife fancy a 32" Smart TV for your bedrrom. Having bought a 32" HD Medion 12 years ago for the In-laws which is still going strong, I plumped for their latest 32" Smart HD TV offering. And you know what, it is a cracking little set, and well worth the money.....251 Apps via the Medion portal, only negative is the remote could have had smaller volume and channel +/- buttons to enable bigger smart left / right up / down buttons that encompass the OK button . But that is a small niggle when compared to all the positives you get with this set. So there you have it, our main TV is an Oled, but we can quite easly watch this Aldi offering without throwing up. Though I dare say there will be some on here who will say it ruined their TV snobbery standing (annoyed) Its a know brainer really, order on line it will arrive in two days, try it out and if you don't think it is worth the money send it back , its free delivery and returns. And with a 3 year warranty and only 29 watts an hour to run, whats not to like PS: three floors up from the router on WiFi it was only getting 1mbs so I hard wired it through a TP Link thingamiejig now its flying on 11mbs :)



Medion P6679 15.6 Inch Intel i5 2.5GHz 8GB 1TB GTX950M Laptop - Black Refurbished With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee - Argos eBay Store - £421.99
Found 28th AugFound 28th Aug
Medion P6679 15.6 Inch Intel i5 2.5GHz 8GB 1TB GTX950M Laptop - Black Refurbished With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee Medion P6679 15.6 Inch Intel i5 2.5GHz 8GB 1TB GTX950M Laptop - B… Read more
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Any buyers who used the US code, got order confirmed / ordered dispatched email from eBay? :)


Funny but true. But at the same time this is still better than many laptops with integrated chipsets at the price. Personally I would place a refurbished laptop with years old GPU tech in the "should be about this price anyway" category.


Casual gaming for a casual price. What's not to like?


I too can't find a working code...where is it guys?


What’s the code? Can’t find it nothing seems to work

Medion 11.6" Notebook - Aldi specialbuy £249.99
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
Just seen this on the aldi catalogue, comes in on the 25th August. Looks like a decent deal but wondering what people think? Will try and get a better picture later ... This c… Read more
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this one has 4 gigs of ram


As an alternative, you could try getting a refurbished laptop. I have done this several times and never had a problem. At the moment you can get the Dell Latitude E7240 for £369. However, there is a promotion on this laptop, bringing it down to £221.40. This has vastly superior hardware.


It really comes down to what you want it for, for 90% of the time. If I were in the market, whilst a detachable keyboard might seem nice, I would never detach it. And then, according to the reviews, the keyboard on the Linx isn't that great, and that would do my head in. That CPU is not great though, and whilst Windows 10 will run, it may start struggling if you do anything intensive on it, especially with 2GB RAM. So, again it comes down to what you want to use it for. If you just want email and browsing, you may as well get a ChromeBook. They have a very lightweight operating system, and great battery life. If I was thinking of spending this much on a Windows 10 notebook, I would probably spend a bit more and get one with better hardware.


So i'm stuck between this thing and the Linx 12X64, as mentioned above. The main differences are (Medion / Linx); The the screen size: 11.6" / 12.5". Battery: 9 Hrs / 6 Hrs. Detachable Keyboard: No / Yes. Warranty: 3 Yrs / 1 Yr. Price: £249.99 / £209.99 Same Ram size, HD size and Processor. Anyone got any input? Thanks


If you want more details (including a video), it looks like it's this laptop (get Google to translate it for you). It's a pity that Aldi are not offering UK customers the model that they are offering to German customers on the same day (30 August), which has a bigger screen (13.3 inches) and a faster, more modern processor (Celeron N4100) for €299 (less than £270). There's a review of it here.

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Medion Erazer X6603 Gaming Laptop (Intel Core i5 HQ /15.6" FHD IPS Screen / 8GB RAM / 128GB SSD / 1TB HDD / GTX 1050Ti 4GB / Win10) £679.97 Delivered @ Box
30/09/2018Expires on 30/09/2018Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
I thought this was a pretty decent price for a 1050ti based Gaming laptop. 128GB SSD boot drive, with an additional 1TB of traditional storage, not to mention 8GB of RAM, and a 15.… Read more

I have this same laptop as well and experience no problems with heat or fan noise. Everything works as it should


I have this exact machine & I'm very happy with it. However since I bought it for £720 from Argos in January, the price of most gaming laptops has dropped like a stone. Personally I'd say £680 is too high a price to pay for it now and £620 might be a more realistic mark. Also today I might be tempted to hang on a year for the new Turing Nvidia GPUs to come out. The problem with machines like the X6603 is not their performance but the huge amount of heat they need to dissipate when gaming and the racket that the fans make.


Only 15.6" screen guys... COME ON (annoyed)


Personally I'd pay the extra and get


you got a link for the Mountain Orc deal?

[Refurbished] Medion Erazer X5361 - I5-7400 - 16GB RAM - 2TB HDD - GTX 1070 - Windows 10  £629.99 @ Argos/Ebay
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
12 months argos warranty included
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Opening three words of the product description "The futuristic shape" do me a favour :)


Which review ? If its the one about getting the better monitor its not essential - its just to get the most out of it with it being a high end graphics card :)


Tempting, but the amazon review about having to replace parts doesn't fill me with confidence.


Reasonable spec with good graphics. Stick a cheap ssd in once you know its working properly and its a winner.

Medion 14" Full HD Laptop - £179.99 + more (see pic headphones etc) instore only @ swindon @ aldi
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Image coming soon Warranty Delivery & Returns Medion 14" Full HD Laptop Product Ref: 083785202477400 Medion 14" Full HD Laptop Product Information Battery Life: Up to 5.5… Read more

I noticed there's one in Aldi Blackwater if you're interested.


Stupid predictive text my bad :)






Wifey has had a Medion 14" 1080p laptop like this for about 18 months and she loves it. She mostly uses it for browsing & organising her photographs. For her, power & speed are secondary to light weight, reasonable battery life and a decently sharp screen. The only mistake we made was to get one with a 32GB eMMC; it's a such a pain to upgrade Windows 10! This one with 64GB is far better.

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Medion 55" 4k Smart TV with HDR £403.94 Del @ aldi
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Brand: Medion Dimensions: Approx. 1247 x 787 x 96 mm Energy Efficiency: A+ Freeview: Yes Hd Ready: Yes Picture Quality: 50Hz (1.200 MPI) Product Type: TVs Resolution:… Read more

Would you mind elaborating please as i have a £2000 medion laptop. Thanks i did phone them once and they couldn't have been more helpful


I would never buy a medion, very bad lcd unit and when it comes to warranty issues you have alot of of issues getting them to repair or refund. ive had many issues with them


If they drop to £350 or less im in and i dont even need a replacement yet.


These have been in my local since the World Cup. I've been keeping an eye on if they get to the point where they lower them to get them out the way as they tend to do with these limited time offer items.


Anyone know the HDR on this? Is it 8bit?

Refurb Medion P6681 15.6" Intel i5 7200u, 2.5GHz, 8GB, 1TB, GTX1050 4GB Gaming Laptop £474.99 at Argos eBay
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Not bad for a current gaming laptop. Condition: Manufacturer refurbished Intel Core i5 7200U dual core processor. 2.5GHz processor speed. 8GB RAM. 1TB HDD storage… Read more



Mine came, not a mark on it but came in brown box with power leads. Can confirm mine as ips screen , no sdd. Exactly what description says. Nice laptop for the price


Not sure how this is a better balanced machine than the Asus 7300hq with a 1050gpu. The statement that the cpu will likely leave more headroom with lower tdp makes no real sense. Yes the thermal out will be lower but when you put a U cpu vs a HQ generally speaking the HQ will outperform it in every task. This is a great price for this laptop. But many games are just as cpu intensive as they are gpu intensive. The Asus 503 with the 7300hq would outperform this all day. U branded cpu's also can't sustain high clock speeds for long periods, they throttle back to control temp much earlier than a HQ processor. Even with an ssd the Asus 503 would still be my choice by a mile. Only reason I would buy this over the Asus 503 is this could likely run off a power bank given it's low tdp if this would interest you.


but it doesn't necessarily, education is needed for sure but not by me


If you can't understand that higher tdp =higher thermal output then I don't have the time to educate you

Medion P6677 15.6 Inch Intel i5 2.5GHz 4GB 1TB 940MX Gaming Laptop - Silver Refurbished With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee - £318.99 Argos eBay
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Medion P6677 15.6 Inch Intel i5 2.5GHz 4GB 1TB 940MX Gaming Laptop - Silver Refurbished With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee - Argos eBay Model number: 30023184. Intel Core i5-7200U … Read more

Because that's newer version lol

tc_Joness Pre order stage at Amazon, hmmmm


may be in 2008 :P


Gaming laptop? :'D


pretty terrible GPU

ALDI - Medion 14" Full HD Laptop with 3 years Warranty! £199.99
Found 1st JulFound 1st Jul
Aldi Laptop Offer is back ! + Free Delivery

Aldi mass-if, respect


Just use a website like this for a quick comparison of speeds if unsure about CPUs - it's a good (rough) estimate.


Running windows 10 with 2GB ram is going to feel like having a PC that's 10 years old. Don't do it, it's really not worth your time. It feels similar to using a Raspberry Pi as a desktop system. It CAN get the job done, but you better be prepared to wait for things to load. I would highly recommend getting a "real" laptop with a Pentium (not Atom!) and 4 GB ram at the very least.


I’d say it almost is. Really should have had 4GB RAM at this price point though, I’m sure previous or similar models did (even the HP Stream 14 has 4GB RAM). As you say, the CPU, full HD display and storage is actually a very efficient and capable setup otherwise.


This is a decent deal for £200 for a paperwork, coursework and daily mail/surf machine. Quite HOT. x5-Z8350 with sufficient grunt to execute the aforementioned workload and is very energy efficient. (Because I use a x5-Z8300 as well.) Then there is 1920 x 1080, 64GB storage and 3 year warranty. The deal is made cold needlessly.

Medion x6603 i5 7300hq gtx1050ti 128gb SSD+1TB HD - £699.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 23rd JunFound 23rd Jun
The cheapest 1050ti I could find with 7300hq.

Drivers and bios can be found on the clevo website (warning flash the bios at your own risk) i own the x7853 (gtx1070) ver and have had no problems as of yet i downloaded a full driver package from clevo also updates can be found at (hope this helps)


Thanks for the tip, not sure if we tried Lenovo drivers or not. Tried many things between us. I thinks he has binned it but if he has it then worth a try. However it wasn’t just us having issues. I’ve had loads of laptops over the years and never had trouble like this with any of them.


The X6603 is a Lenovo Y520 with a Medion badge on it (Lenovo bought the German company a few years ago). If Medion updates aren't forthcoming, then trawl the Lenovo drivers web site and that should sort you out. I've had a hand in buying four Medion laptops in the past and I've never had anything like the problems your Dad has experienced. They've all been terrific little machines considering that they've all been as cheap as chips! In fact the laptop I had most driver problems with was a Dell Inspiron which refused point blank to let me update the GPU driver.


Unfortunately with first hand experience and wasting hours on forums this is not always possible. My dads Medion laptop developed a WiFi issue where it would cycle on and off permanently following a Win 10 update. This wasn’t an isolated case, many reports online yet 6 months went by and nothing from Medion. The forums showed this is normal for Medion, once a model is no longer the latest they stop bothering with updates. My dad cut his losses and bought a Lenovo.


If we were talking about a phone would agree, but 99%of drivers can be sourced from manufacturer or a 3rd party manufacturer. Using a lenovo WiFi driver in my acer for example

Medion 55" 4k Smart TV with HDR - £399 @ ALDI (+£3.95 P&P)
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
Warranty Delivery & Returns We offer a range of large item delivery options to suit your busy life and your product. Find out about the different options below. from £3.95 Lar… Read more
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Get looking... c :{ rack on


It only goes hot on here if it's a piece of generic clothing with a Charles Wilson (lol) logo stitched on. Or a computer game. No thanks.


:) < There you go.


Please find smiler or a better deal

Medion P6679 15.6 Inch i5 8GB 1TB GTX950M Laptop - Black £599.99 @ Argos
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
ABOUT THIS PRODUCTThis item is eligible for same day delivery and faster in‑store collection Work and play? The Medion P6679 can do it all with its Intel Core i5-7200U 7th Genera… Read more
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Can be reduced to £539.99 if bought via Argos on eBay and the code PICK10 is put in at basket stage before payment. That works until 28/06/18.


If you must have a backlit keyboard it is an issue. I game with headphones so noise is not a major issue, but suspect with a bit of effort the fan noise could be contained. If it is slow, the one above has a slower cpu and gfx, so unlikely to be quicker also a less efficient gfx card so unlikely to be quieter. Most of the reviews state once updated windows 10 runs fine, this may involve a clean install.


F*** it ordered cheers (y) buddy

majorwedgy84 Mx150 faster and far more power efficient and cheaper


I'm torn between this or msi ? What to do ? Does msi one match graphical more power than this one

Medion Erazer X6603 i7 15 In 8GB 256GB Gaming Laptop £829.99 @ Argos
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Bought this for my son who is really into fortnite, looked like good value for money compared to others I've seen. Specs below The MEDION ERAZER X6603 is a high end gaming notebo… Read more

One thing that hasn't been mentioned is that you get a two year warranty with this laptop. Although Medion are often slagged off on HUKD, I have direct experience that they DO honour their laptop warranties. BTW, although I'm happy with my X6603, I reckon this particular laptop's now somewhat overpriced. Furthemore, if you're gaming, to you really need an i7 when an i5 is perfectly adequate for 90% of games? Likewise, do you really need a 256GB SSD? A 128GB SSD will ensure Windows boots up nice & quick but I run all of my games off the HDD and once you're in, you really don't notice any 'slowness'.


Yes there is a USB-C port. I've not used it myself but yes, I believe you can output to a separate monitor. However this is the lesser version of USB-C and from what I've read, you can't use it to connect up to an external GPU (not that that bothers me).


Is there a usb c / thunderbolt connection option? Was thinking of outputting onto monitor


I have this laptop albeit with the i5, 128GB SSD & 1050Ti. I paid £720 for it from Argos in January. I'm currently playing Assassin's Creed Origins and the visuals look stunning on the X6603. However, do be aware that when you're gaming, the fans are noticeably loud. I always play with headphones so it doesn't bother me but there are times when I'm glad that wifey's slightly deaf, otherwise I suspect she would object to the noise! BTW, all the reviews I read on the X6603 (and the Lenovo Y520 of which it's a rebrand) said the fans are relatively quiet. Don't believe them!


Likely the latter, other sites have 1050ti listed for this model number


WIn 10 Home sounds like a good incentive. Problem is, they don't say what the odds are or where the homes are.


i5-7300hq = 4Cores & 4Threads i7HQ = 4Cores & 8Threads...


German keyboard layout too


CPU is quad core, it’s decent


CPU is too weak for this price

Medion 55" 4K Smart TV - £399.99 at Aldi (available from 3rd June)
LocalLocalFound 26th MayFound 26th May
This is my first deal post so please go easy and excuse any mistakes! I just spotted this on the back of an Aldi deal paper as below. On sale 3rd June. I'm sure this isn't to eve… Read more

The 90's called........ they want their VCR back :p


Curious, there is no SCART port visible in the picture of the back of the TV. May be it is mounted sideways.


From the site description:-“11 ports including USB, 3 HDMI, SCART and Earphone Out”


SCART To HDMI Video Audio Converter £9.59


How would I connect a VCR /DVD player with scart to this TV please?

New Medion Life S5004 White 5" 16GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free @ laptops direct
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Good idea for a second phone, or a good smartphone for a child under £50 new. Product Information Medion Life S5004 White 5" 16GB 4G Dual SIM Unlocked & SIM Free Key… Read more

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Me too!


I'd give her one.


Bought a pixi 4; What a useless phone!!


Can imagine mum pressing the button once, wait and nothing happens. Then she pressed 20 times more..... Really messing with the software making it even slower to respond (popcorn) Hahaha so true.

Medion Erazer P7647, GTX 950M 4GB, Core i7-7500U, 17.3 FHD IPS, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD + 2TB HDD, DVD RW, Windows 10 Home - £849.97 @ Tesco sold by Box
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
Processor : Intel Core i7-7500U Dual Core (2.7GHz, 4MB Cache, Intel Turbo Boost Up To 3.5GHz) Screen : 17.3" (1920x1080 Full HD Resolution, IPS Anti-Glare, 120Hz) Operating System … Read more
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Weird combo of features. That screen is a rare and desirable feature. The GPU means you're setting yourself up for a replacement far sooner than you need to be.


Not really my job, I know there are better offer's out there but I'm not in the market for a new gaming laptop since I just bought a Razer Blade 14. But seriously, look elsewhere and i'm sure you'll find what you specified above, even if not... add a 2TB HDD but just know that you won't get every feature for this price, you'll have to sacrifice something and it'll likely be the 120Hz display.


Find me a laptop with better CPU and GPU for this price with 256SSD+2TB HHD then


"gaming laptop", good for storing games maybe...


It's a gaming laptop... you stated what makes it hot EXCEPT the key things for a gaming laptop... the CPU and GPU! Yes 8GB ram is good (not best), the HDD and SSD are fine, the screen is great (120hz is great at this price) but you cannot say this is a hot gaming laptop since the 950M is a huge let down along with the i7 7500U, cold from me unforunatly.

Medion ErazeGaming Laptop (i7, 15.6" Full HD, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD 1TB HDD, GTX1050Ti) £849.97 Delivered + FREE Port Design Carry Case (i5 Version 749.97) @ (See OP for More)
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Thought this was a great spec for the price, with an i7, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, with 256GB SSD and 1TB HDD, and on the graphics side a GTX1050ti. i5 also available for £749.97 Me… Read more



Exactly no gaming pedigree compared with a ROG.


Got to love the brand snobs, You do realise at this point its a Lenovo Legion under a different name. Anyway great laptop


£850 for a Medion? No thanks.


I would personally go for the ROG - ASUS they have years of experience building/designing gaming machines compared with the Medion (Mayebe the spell check suggested correction as Median is more of an apt name!) The ASUS is solid!

Medion Erazer P6681 Gaming Laptop / GTX 1050 4GB / 1080p IPS / 1TB / i5 £599.97 / Acer 27" FHD 240Hz Free-Sync  Monitor £264.21 @ Box (More items in OP)
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Thought I'd throw this out there, for those with different needs/wants in terms of specs, over the recent Acer deal from Box. This one has an IPS screen and a 4GB 1050, in place of… Read more

Link doesn't work and I've looked the GL502VM doesn't come anywhere near that price


I got mine from argos. Many people report speaker faults when in fact its medions fault for not installing the software for them. I phoned medion online requests are to easy to ignore.


I bought a Medion Erazer from Box just before Xmas. The laptop arrived with faulty speakers, Box told me to contact Medion who to this day have never responded to my support ticket. Took a few arguments over email with Box to get a full refund. Wouldn't recommend either Medion or Box as a result.


I have 2 medion erazers and there good laptops also i phoned medion about a problem with there software and they went out of there way to get it sorted even phoning me back on my mobile from germany also there rebrand clevo laptops and are well built. So i disagree with your statement. Or im one of the lucy few. The fault way the oc got removed upon updating nvidia


~£80 more gets you gtx 1060 6gb, SSD and better processor in the ASUS GL502VM on Amazon. However its at the expense of battery life and the DVD rewriter...

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