The Medion Erazer Major X10 is an interesting overall package. With the Intel Arc A730M, it’s one of the first laptops ever to offer not only a new dedicated Intel graphics chip, but also a fast Alder Lake processor, massive 32GB of RAM, and a 1TB PCI Express SSD. Other features include a 16-inch screen with QHD+ resolution and 165Hz speed, but also an RGB lighting system and a host of modern interfaces. how about 1700 EUR It outperforms expensive gaming hardware in everyday games, you can find out in the Hardwareluxx test on the following pages.
Having taken a closer look at the Medion Erazer Major X10 graphics card in a separate article, our regular review of the notebook now follows. The 16-inch machine is one of the first ever to be equipped with the Intel Arc A730M processor and is likely to remain so for the foreseeable future. But the gaming laptop also has a lot more to offer apart from the dedicated Intel graphics solution.
This is how you get it Approximately 1700 Euro Fast quad-core Intel Core i7-12700H processor with 32GB DDR5 memory and 1TB NVMe SSD. The screen has a diagonal of 16 inches, has a native resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels and achieves a refresh rate of 165 Hz. But also an RGB lighting system that goes beyond the keyboard, and of course the many modern interfaces that extend to WiFi 6, USB-C and Gigabit LAN.
This makes the Medion Erazer Major X10 a well-equipped laptop. In this Hardwareluxx article on the following pages, we try to show how the device performs in practice in terms of performance, size, run times, and temperature behaviour. we have the about 1700 EUR Expensive toy models rigorously tested.
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