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Medion Erazer X6813 15.6″ Laptop Review

Rating: 6.5.

Today we are looking at a new gaming laptop from Medion called the ‘Erazer X6813’. This laptop costs £979 inc vat and comes loaded with a high end Core i7 2630QM processor, Geforce GTX460M with a mechanical and Solid state drive combination. The Erazer also has USB 3.0 support, a Blu Ray drive, full LED backlit 1080p HD screen and 4GB of DDR3 memory.

On paper this machine certainly looks very impressive and we have high hopes that it might be a killer, sub £1,000 gaming machine. Competition in this sector is very tough indeed, with a  discerning audience not willing to accept many compromises. Can Medion deliver a product worth buying? Today we aim to find out.

Specifications Overview:

Intel Core i7-2630QM processor, Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium, NVIDIA GeForce GTX460M DirectX 11 graphics card, 750GB hard disk, 80GB SSD, 4GB RAM, Blu-ray, USB 3.0, optimised gaming keyboard, Dolby Home Theater v3, 39.6 cm/15.6” full HD display (1080p resolution).

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  • Optron

    Wow they fairly dropped the ball with this one.

  • Tenny

    Looks nice, but yeah that drive configuration is a ‘wtf’ moment……… someone needs to get a drilling over that.

    the average joe wouldnt even notice too.

  • Forrest

    Asus do a great gaming machime for 1000

  • Ressir

    Wow what a stupid move, losing over half of the ssd to a recovery partition. Looks like they really didnt work this out very well at all.

  • Eran

    It looks ok, but its a rather shoddy design, overall. Why would anyone want a light button to turn on side lights? Alienware do this so much better, even on their cheap 13 inch machine.

    Good review, and honest

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