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15 products

  1. Medion Akoya P6635 review

    Medion Akoya P6635 review

    8  

    It may not win any design awards, but the Akoya P6635 from Medion has plenty to offer the budget-conscious PC buyer.

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    Medion Erazer X7815 review

    Medion Erazer X7815 review

    8  

    The Medion Erazer range has been gaining ground in the minds of gamers. Even if you're not an avid Skyrim fan there's still plenty to be had from the 17-inch model, the Medion Erazer X7815.

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    Medion Erazer X6813 review

    Medion Erazer X6813 review

    7  

    Medion packs the big performance guns and keeps the price tag affordable

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    Medion Akoya P6627 review

    Medion Akoya P6627 review

    7  

    A decent laptop with a good features list, but average portability

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    Medion Erazer X6811 review

    Medion Erazer X6811 review

    8  

    A great-value gaming laptop with a strong design and surprising portability

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    Medion Akoya P6512 review

    Medion Akoya P6512 review

    7  

    A laptop with excellent build quality, but limited portability

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    Medion Akoya P6625 review

    Medion Akoya P6625 review

    8  

    An unbelievably low-priced laptop offering fantastic performance

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    Medion Akoya E1217 review

    Medion Akoya E1217 review

    5  

    Medion updates its netbook range with Windows 7 and a bigger hard drive

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    Medion Akoya E3211 review

    Medion Akoya E3211 review

    6  

    Limited performance, but great mobility from this capable CULV laptop

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    Medion MD RIM 1000 review

    Medion MD RIM 1000 review

    6  

    The PC ain't what it used to be. The days of beige boxes and luggable laptops are well and truly over, and their long-awaited demise is ably signalled by the rise of the UMPC. Or, at least, that's how it should be.

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