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Plenty of room for big things – while saving space. The new MEDION® AKOYA® P2004, 23,6" All-in-One PC from MEDION is simply perfect for everyday tasks on the computer. Create and edit texts, tables and presentations with ease. Save, manage and enjoy music, photos and videos. Share news with friends and work online from the comfort of your desk.
The powerful Intel® Core™ i3-3220 processor guarantees lightning-fast responses. Thanks to Intel's Hyper-Treading Technology, each processor core can manage several simultaneously. Together with 4 GB RAM you are guaranteed fast access to files and programs.
The Intel® HD Graphics 2500 ensures impressive images on the large full-HD display with LED backlight technology. The integrated stereo speakers provide the matching sound.
Your computer comes fully equipped with WLAN card, webcam and microphone for lively online meetings with friends. Thanks to Windows 8 the main contact details of your family, friends and colleagues are now stored in a single place.
Save all your photographs, films and music tracks on the large 1.000 GB hard disk or write your favorite files directly to CD or DVD thanks to integrated multi-standard-DVD/CD burner. Transfer your data at unrivalled speed via the USB 3.0 port to external storage devices. To view your photos on any memory card, simply use the integrated multi card reader. All the ports are within reach – no tedious searching under the desk.
To start working with your new PC, simply plug in the power cord. The wireless keyboard and mouse do away with unsightly, entangled cables on your desk.
Great specs – compact design. With its sleek design and modern look, this computer cuts a fine figure anywhere.
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Built In Devices
Stereo Speaker - 6 Channel Audio
Yes - DVD ReWriter
Intel HD 2500
Length of Labour Guarantee (Years)
Memory Card Slot
Yes - SD, SD-HC, MMC, MMC-Plus, MS, MS-Pro, xD
Length of Parts Guarantee (Years)
Intel Core i3 3220
Screen Size (inch)
Anti Virus (90 Days), Microsoft Office (OEM Trial Version) CBL W8 DVD Combo (DT-A) 20053085 Software Pack
Yes - Stereo Speaker
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 19
Rated 4 out of 5 by afather Value for money
A large screen, solid stand, good display; all you need in a pc is there. It is superfast compare to my 10 years old XP.
To my surprise, the keyboard and mouse I received are cordless.
Generally All-in-One PCs are touchscreens. However, this one isn't. I was under impression that it was until after its setting up I realised it wasn't a touchscreen.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kernowan Vey good value for money
Works straight out of the box , only one gripe in that it is pre-loaded with various test SW. Would have preferred to have had none of this from the start!
Rated 3 out of 5 by Vaillie Very up-date Microsoft 8
For an OAP very hard to get used to after the old system, which was XP, but will persevere with it, now its in 8, after the expense.
Rated 4 out of 5 by purdyone0 medion all in one
hard to follow instructions on screen at first , no start menuso it takes some time to find out were things are
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I would suppose, that as with all other wireless devices, the effectiveness of the functionality will be dependent upon the quality of the source signal and the location of the receiving device in relation to the source. To paraphrase the old computing acronym GIGO (garbage in, garbage out) this is a case of GOGI (garbage out, garbage in)