The latest Medion Laptop reviews at PC Advisor. Laptop user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison
The Medion RIM1000 ultra-mobile PC has some great touches and is jam-packed with features.
£799 inc VAT
Not every prospective laptop owner wants fancy frills. Your laptop may not have to be the most swish-looking machine, as long as it performs well and preferably is…
£600 inc VAT
With the Medion Akoya S5610 you get a lot of laptop for the money – a £599 2GHz Centrino 2 notebook with 15in glossy widescreen.
£599 inc VAT
Medion's P8610 brings big-screen Blu-ray action to a desktop replacement laptop
£779 inc VAT
Medion's new E1311 netbook rises above the crowd with its 11.6in higher resolution screen and AMD processors.
£349 inc VAT
The Medion Akoya E3211 is an inexpensive laptop with an Intel Pentium ULV SU2700 low power processor.
£499 inc VAT
The Medion Akoya E1217 is an unexceptional, if well-finished, 10in netbook with a first-generation Intel Atom processor.
£299 inc VAT
The Medion Akoya E1222 is a 10in netbook with reasonably good looks, plenty of useful features, and, best of all, a low, low price.
£259 inc VAT
The Medion Akoya P6512 is an Aldi exclusive - a 15.6in general-purpose laptop with AMD processors and decent overall specification.
£499 inc VAT
An inexpensive laptop, the Medion Akoya P6625 has no pretensions as a style icon.
£569 inc VAT
The Medion Akoya E7214 (MD98410) is a 17in notebook with a decent configuration that can tackle office and school tasks with ease.
£499 inc VAT
Another heavyweight contender, the Medion Akoya P8613 MD97525 also boasts a whopping 18.4in screen. At 3.77kg it’s not going to be something you'll chuck in your bag…
£899 inc VAT
The Medion P6624 is a well-specified budget 15.6in laptop, with very limited supplies only available from Sainsbury's high-street supermarkets.
£800 inc VAT
The Medion Erazer X6811 is a power laptop from the German mail-order brand, with a decent specification for gaming.
£936 inc VAT
The Medion Erazer X7819 is a gaming-tuned 17in brute of a Windows laptop from the cut-price budget brand, best known for selling through discount supermarket Aldi.
£959 inc VAT
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