You would get a high-end laptop at a persuasive price with impressive specs packed inside a robust chassis. Whether you are looking for a consumer notebook or a competitive gaming laptop, we have it in our Medion laptops range.
Both Medion Akoya Series and Medion Erazer Series aim at specific consumer audience and consist of laptops that come with impressive specs, reliable mainframe, and high-powered hardware. We have both entry-level affordable and high performing premium Medion laptops in our stock.
Medion Akoya Series – Medion Akoya range is aimed at consumers with basic computing needs. These laptops consist of entry-level to mid-range models that can easily handle your day to day tasks. Medion Akoya laptops are economical, packs satisfactory hardware and offer satisfactory battery performance. These are ideal for office work, home use and study tasks.
Medion Erazer Series – Medion Erazer range includes powerful laptops with formidable hardware and dazzling display. These are Medion gaming laptops that can run the latest AAA titles without showing and weakness or stuttering. Medion has infused them with the top-class components, including dedicated graphics, a massive quantity of storage and RAMs.
Specs to look for – The performance of a laptop depends on the combination of hardware. Here’s what Medion laptops offer in terms of processor, graphics cards and storage quantity.
Since Medion laptops are "low-cost," they are actually considerably better than most people think.
You can get high-end gaming systems from Medion Erazer that are packed with the newest technologies. They continuously work hard to provide high-quality products at affordable costs.
When it comes to the best processor combination, the performance of the Medion Laptops Erazer Deputy P10 is no joke. It comes with a powerful 512GB SSD and a 10th generation Intel Core i5 processor. The best upgrade that 8GB RAM can receive is the 512GB solid-state drive storage.
The consumer electronics company MEDION is based in Germany. They now belong to the Chinese business Lenovo, which as of 2011 holds the largest stake in MEDION.