Pocket-Lint: Medion Akoya P8610 notebook review


"You can toggle between the high and low power settings if you wish, and a neat Nvidia logo displays which setting you are on. Even so you'll only get 2hrs 15mins from the battery on performance mode, boosted to 3hrs 30mins in power saver mode, with the screen brightness right down. Start watching a Blu-ray disc, and even in power saving mode you are looking at just over 2 hours from the battery, so a push to finish many films.

But then there is the price and at £799 Medion have once again opted for a compelling price point. The inclusion of a Blu-ray drive as standard does provide some degree of future proofing, however, there are better quality builds, more powerful processors and better designs out there if you have a little more cash.

If cash is king, however, then this is worth seriously considering."

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