Medion Akoya E7214 (MD98410) notebook

Medion's Akoya E7214 (MD98410) is a 17in Core i3 desktop replacement that represents excellent value for money -- you can pick it up from Aldi supermarkets

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 799.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Paul

2.5

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Pros
Big screen
Cons
Bad support for drivers etc.
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Medion make a cheap machine with good specs, hoever I have had unusual problems with the wireless connection to my router.

this is happened over a couple month period and is now at the point that i need to reset the wireless adapter continuously to achieve a connection and even then it still drops or is slower than dial-up within 5 minutes!

All drivers are updated, firmware for router newsest possible, all win 7 updates applied, reinstalled win 7 3 times! Scanned for malware and viruses in safemode.
reset router with factory settings and made new connections! Its driving me crazy and realtek wireless manufacturer thinks its not there problem and medion dont think its theirs either! come on!

Dont buy Medion Akoya machines. Pay a little extra and get something that is not custom built as cheaply as possible.

My house mate uses win 7 on there Dell laptop and have NO wireless issues like I am having!

PS - the speakers are very small and quiet for a device this large!

Shafaqat Ahmed

4.0

2

Pros
Big screen and large keyboards
Cons
Intel graphics
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I bought that laptop in the first day....I had installed linux on the first day and never looked back. Running smooth as silk. I am haed core programmer running the PC almost 24hrs a day and I didn't restarted pc for six months...its good work horse

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