Medion launches £400 notebook


Medion’s reputation is definitely growing. Once known only for the desktop PCs it sold through Aldi, it’s now forging a name for solid products at budget prices. We recently featured their sat nav system for under £300 and now they’ve unveiled the MAM 2080 notebook, which retails for less than £400.

The Medion MAM 2080 notebook is amongst the first to feature the new VIA C7-M processor, and also features a 15″ TFT screen, dual layer DVD re-writer, 40GB hard drive, 256MB  DDR-RAM, 4 USB ports and, LAN 10/100 and 56K modem. The machine comes bundled with Microsoft XP Home Edition, Medion’s Home Cinema Suite, NERO Burning ROM 6 and NERO Recode 2-SE.

Certainly not the highest spec on the high street, but if you just want a solid and affordable machine for your computing basics, it’s probably worth a look when it goes on sale from April 10th for £399.99, initially just at Woolworths.

Medion website

More notebooks:
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Rock’s Pegasus 330 mobile entertainment notebook

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  • regarding my laptop, i had brought it from woolworth and now i have a problem with the power pin which is based on the left hand side of the laptop. the laptop is not charging and not reciving any power at all. the charger is fine.
    i have even called the hotline for help and advice but no one seems to pick up my call, its happened 6 times even my brother tryied.
    my ref is 52373252.
    laptop module no is 0004362498938

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