If you are
feelling the chill of an economic downturn blowing through your wallet
but still want a champagne computer at lemonade money then continental
cut-price supermarket Aldi has a cracking Medion laptop that’s as cheap
as value oven chips.

The Medion E6210 boasts an Intel Pentium
Dual Core T3400 processor running at 2.16GHZ, 3GB of Memory and a
16-inch widescreen display. While it doesn’t have a Blu-ray player it
does sport an eSATA port and 802.11n WiFi.

Best of all it only costs £450. The machine is available from 22 January and stocks are limited.


  • Intel Dual-Core processor T3400
  • 250GB Hard Disc
  • 16" TFT Widescreen Display with HD-resolution (16:9 format and 1366 x 768 pixels)
  • 3GB memory
  • Multi-Standard DVD/CD-Writer with DVD-RAM and Dual-Layer support
  • Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD based on PCI-Express Technology including HDMI digital audio/video output
  • High gloss design
  • Two integrated loudspeakers
  • Keyboard with integrated keypad
  • Carry bag and mouse
  • Wireless draft-n
  • eSATA port
  • Memory card reader


  • Windows Vista Home Premium with new Media Center user interface, incl. Service pack 1
  • Microsoft Works 9 incl. Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 (trial version)
  • Nero Burning ROM 8 Essentials incl. Nero Recode 3 Essentials
  • CorelDraw Essential 3 and Corel MediaOne
  • BullGuard Internet Security including 90 days online-update

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