Top Medion PCs

Here are all the Medion PCs we've reviewed to date

Medion is perhaps best known as the company that sells PCs in ALDI supermarkets. Go for groceries and get tempted by a PC while waiting in the check-out line, is what some people like to joke. And the company's PCs are very tempting indeed.

Medion PCs are inexpensive, yet they offer plenty of features and their performance is generally world class. They may look somewhat boring and uninspired, but that's to be expected of a product that is made to satisfy users with a low-end budget.

If you're ever in an ALDI and you see a new Medion PC for sale, rest assured that it will be great value for money and suitable for practically any task except mid-to-high-end gaming.

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Akoya P5315 D (MD 8351)
4.00

1. Medion Akoya P5315 D (MD 8351) desktop PC

The Medion Akoya P5315 D (MD 8351) will be available from Aldi supermarkets on March 24 and it's well-worth considering if you want a decent and inexpensive desktop PC. It only costs $599, but you get plenty of processing power, ...
Review Date: 17th March, 2011
RRP: $ 599.00
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Akoya E2025 D (MD 8356)
4.00

2. Medion Akoya E2025 D (MD 8356) desktop PC

Costing $599, and equipped with a 2nd Gen Intel Core i3 CPU and other meaningful stats, the Akoya E2025 D, like most Medion products we've seen, is very good value for money. It's a small and neat PC that should ...
Review Date: 21st July, 2011
RRP: $ 599.00
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Akoya E4360 D
4.75

3. Medion Akoya E4360 D desktop PC

Medion's Akoya E4360 D is a desktop PC with plenty of speed; it also has a stack of features and a unique case that includes a built-in mini-USB cable. It's the perfect PC for the home and would suit students ...
Review Date: 12th March, 2010
RRP: $ 799.00
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AKOYA P4020 D
4.25

4. Medion AKOYA P4020 D all-in-one PC

Medion's AKOYA P4020 D touchscreen desktop PC is a well-rounded product: It has a compact, all-in-one case and performs well. We only have a few complaints about its design.
Review Date: 3rd June, 2010
RRP: $ 999.00
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akoya P4010 (MD 8850)
4.00

5. Medion akoya P4010 (MD 8850) touch-screen PC

The Medion akoya P4010 (MD 8850) all-in-one touch-screen PC is relatively inexpensive, has good features, and is easy to use and set up. That's enough for us to recommend it to anyone who is after a PC that the whole ...
Review Date: 19th Nov., 2009
RRP: $ 1,299.00
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