Medion AKOYA P4020 D all-in-one PC

The Medion AKOYA P4020 D PC will be sold in Aldi supermarkets from 10 June, and it offers a good set of features for its price

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  • Expert Rating

    4.25 / 5
  • User Rating

    5.00 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 999.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Paul Lees



excellent multi touch functions
no hdmi out
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well its been near two years since I bought one and have to say these are a great AI1 computer, the inbuilt dvb hd tv is great as is all of the functions, a great all rounder with full multi touch, what more could you want for windows 8, I have tested windows 8 on mine and is faster than windows 7

Warren M'Baht



Multitouch, TV Tuner, 32 or 64 bit win7, 7 usb ports, +++
No inbuilt Bluetooth, Optical drive is a slow writer.
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Me, family and local friends own 5 of these between us, about a year. Never one problem yet. All this about being slow is not right. Not a high power gaming machine by any means, but handles all video, Photoshop, very fast with vid conversion software, ie Any Video Converter Pro. Loads 1,5gb to my Samsung G3 Station inabout 30 seconds. Runs 3g internet with bigpond at almost 3meg. My adsl with Exetel, 8meg plan, is only 700meg but that is a line speed problem. Recommend.

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