Medion Akoya E3211 - Intel Pentium M SU



Medion Akoya E3211 - Intel Pentium M SU

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By PC Advisor on 70

The Medion Akoya E3211 is a simple budget design that should appeal to anyone looking for something a little lighter and more portable than a full-size 15in laptop, but with more potential than an underpowered netbook. Andrew Harrison...

By TechRadar on 60

The Medion Akoya E3211 is a CULV laptop, or Consumer Ultra Low Voltage for the uninitiated.While it can't compete performance wise with many of the other laptops around this price, it is by far the most portable and will appeal to anyone who needs...

By PC Pro on 67

Its low price makes it a tempting portable, but it's not a large enough leap over a netbook to totally convince...

By Trusted Reviews on 60

Anyone who has popped into a Lidl store will know the name Medion. This German-based PC manufacturer is renowned for its affordable, high-spec laptops and PCs, particularly ones sold at ridiculous knock-down prices in said retailer. Today we're...

By DigitalVersus on 60

'Unusual' is the first word that springs to mind when you consider the Medion Akoya E3211. It's an ultra-portable computer which uses Intel's CULV technology, usually found in the thinnest, lightest laptops that are currently making...

By Expert Reviews on 60

If you're on a tight budget and want an ultra-portable you can carry everywhere with you, Medion's Akoya E3211 looks an attractive proposition. For just £500, you get a 13.3in widescreen laptop that weighs just 1.8kg. Unfortunately, the...

By IT Reviews on

With its low-powered specification and plain design, the Akoya E3211 does little to set pulses racing. And in terms of processing power, it's only a smidgen faster than most Atom-powered netbooks. That said, the 13.3-inch screen and large keyboard...

International Review By Les Numériques on 60

Positionné en entrée de gamme de la catégorie ultra-portables, le Medion Akoya E3211 propose quelques bonnes idées, dont une dalle qui se fait rare chez les concurrents. On aurait préféré que Medion aille au bout du...

International Review By 01Net on 60

Entre les ultraportables haut de gamme, aussi beaux que chers, et les netbooks, aussi poussifs qu'économiques, une nouvelle génération de portables tente de se faire une place au soleil. Portée par le marketing d'Intel, cette...

International Review By CowcotLand on

Comme vous avez pu le lire tout au long de cet article, la petite machine de Medion se défend plutôt bien. Sa puissance est amplement suffisante pour ce quon lui demande, la dalle est de bonne qualité, lautonomie satisfaisante, les...