Medion 320 notebook

  Bald Eagle 14:39 24 Sep 2005
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Any views on this, my daughter can get one for £360. Or anything similar price but better?

Medion 1.3Ghz 320 Notebook

RRP: £799.99

OUR PRICE: £399.99

YOU SAVE: £400.00

Description


The Medion 320 Notebook computer is one of the most affordable laptops on the market. This light and compact laptop has a powerful 1.3GHz Celeron processor, 256MB DDR RAM, 40GB hard disk, CD re-writer, DVD reader and a 15" 1024 x 768 TFT display allowing you to both work and play on the move. Comes pre-installed with Windows XP Home SP2 and also includes Nero Burning Rom + Recode SE and Medion Power DVD 4.02 Ch.

Technical Specifications


CPU
Manufacturer: Intel
CPU Model: Celeron M 320
Desktop/Mobile/etc: Mobile
CPU Speed: 1.3 GHz

RAM
RAM Type: DDR
RAM Size: 1x256MB
RAM Speed: 333MHz
RAM Maximum: 1GB
Dual Channel: No

Screen
Type of Screen: TFT
Size of Screen: 15"
Maximum Resolution: 1024x768

Hard Disk Drive
Hard Drive Size: 40GB
Hard Drive Speed: 5,400RPM

Optical Drive
Optical Drive Type: external CD-Writer/DVD-ROM Combo
Formats: CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-ROM
Read Speed: CD(All formats): 24x (max), DVD-ROM: 8x (max)
Write Speed: CD-R: 24x (max), CD-RW: 8x (max)

Graphics
Graphics Type: Shared
Manuafacturer: VIA
Graphics Model: PN800

Modem
Type & Speed: V.90 56K

Sound
Type of Sound: 16 bit
Number of Channels: 2

Battery
Battery Type: Li-Ion
Ave. Battery Life: 1hr 20mins

Ports
VGA Monitor-out port
4 x USB 2.0 ports
Ethernet LAN port
Cable Modem port
Headphone jack
Microphone jack

Software
Windows XP Home SP2
Nero Burning ROM + Recode SE
Medion Power DVD 4.0 2 Ch

BE

  Diodorus Siculus 14:45 24 Sep 2005

Is this the one that woolworths had? If so, it is good value.

  Bald Eagle 15:33 24 Sep 2005

Yes it is, cheers DS
BE

  the old man 15:44 24 Sep 2005

surely this is for basic computing, e-mail, browsing etc. Not knocking the system but v.basic.

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