New computer and gaming laptop from Aldi

New hardware instead of New Year’s resolutions

Aldi online store will have a new range of electronic products from the beginning of the new year. These include the latest hardware Medion Erazer Engineer X20 gaming PC for €1,599 and the Medion Akoya E15411 laptop.

Previously From January 2 Aldi offers Computer Games Engineer X20 (MD34800). Your desktop computer comes with a server GeForce RTX 3070 LHR As well as one Intel Core i7-12700 processor Installation. join 32 GB Kingston Fury RGB DDR4 RAM and one undefined 1 TB PCIe SSD storage space.

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This very powerful system sits in one case in win, which features RGB lighting on the front panel and a large side glass window. Components are cooled by a Cooler Master Water Coolant ML120L.

sale Medion Eraser Engineer X20 It starts on the second of January For 1599 euros And only until supplies last. As with previous such campaigns, gaming PCs can be assumed to sell out quickly.

From January 5th: Akoya E15411 notebook, 549 euros

If you’re not looking for a new gaming desktop right away, you might find what you’re looking for in the Aldi catalog after a few days: From January 5th Is there that there Akoya E15411 From Medion, A.; 15 inch notebook In a slim and fast aluminum body Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor Including integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics. Ensure the speed of work in the office or from home 8GB DDR4 memory and a 1 TB PCIe SSD. The IPS screen measures 15.6 inches and offers a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD), and the battery life is limited to 9 hours. Wi-Fi 6 AX201 Gigabit WLAN and Bluetooth 5.1 are also available.

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From January 5th, the Akoya E15411 will be available for 549 euros in the Aldi online store and in the Aldi North and South branches.


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Robin cromberg … He teaches Asian studies and Chinese at the University of Bonn and as editor is primarily responsible for the laptops, monitors and audio equipment sections of, but also writes about new products from many other areas.

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