Medion were founded over 25 years ago and since then have been building their brand to offer products they feel are high quality with attractive design and competitive pricing. With product categories including TV’s, Cameras, Sat Nav’s and MP3 players they are well versed in consumer electronics and in today’s review we find out if they can take this experience into creating a gaming laptop.
The Medion Erazer, in its latest incarnation, packs in Intel’s Ivy Bridge platform along with NVIDIAs latest GTX 670M GPU and plenty of memory. We will be putting it through a selection of tests which include real world gaming, media and productivity tasks.
Packaging and Bundle
Medion package the Erazer in a box which gives a clear image of the product on the front along with telling us about some key specifications. Inside the laptop is suspended in foam and wrapped in protective material to ensure it arrives in pristine condition. The bundled items are separated off into a smaller box.
Bundled with the system we find product documentation, software discs and a screen cleaning cloth which make up a reasonably basic set of extras. Also included is our Delta Electronics branded 180w PSU.
Today we have a 13.3" gaming laptop up for review by Kaeyi, the P304 features the NVIDIA GTX 860M graphics chip and Core i7 processor, watch the video below.
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