MEDION ERAZER: notebook and desktop PC for gaming

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Medion ERAZER the new line of gaming computers, among its ranks we find the BEAST X30, MAJOR X10, SPECIALIST P10, CRAWLER E30 notebooks and a RECON P20 fixed PC, let’s find out everything in this dedicated article

Last September 29 we attended the event MEDION in Milanwhere we were shown the line up of portable pc and desktop for gaming. In an era in constant evolution, we need means capable of guaranteeing increasingly high-performance performances. He comes to our aid MEDION ERAZER, Gaming laptops and desktops that meet our needs.

These solutions are suitable for the real gamerequipped with processors Intel Core latest generation, equipped with screens Full HD o Quad HD for breathtaking visual quality. Let’s find out together in this article.

MEDION ERAZER: notebook and desktop PC for gaming


The ultimate expression of mobile gaming, the laptop MEDION ERAZER BEAST X30, harnesses the power of desktop PCs in an elegant shell. Equipped with a processor Intel Core i7-12700H16GB of DDR5 4800 MHz RAM, SSD as 1 TB PCIe Gen. 4×4 and a video card NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti with 8GB of GDDR6 VRAM.

BEAST X30 boasts a screen 17.3 inch QHD a 165Hz and a backlit keyboard 16.7 million colors and two certified speakers Sound blaster Cinema 6+. Available and already on sale in Italy on Amazon at the price of 2349 euro.

MEDION ERAZER: notebook and desktop PC for gaming


Making its debut in the MEDION ERAZER line, the MAJOR X10 immediately flex your muscles without compromising. The powerful processor Intel Core i7-12700H da 14 Core and, the innovative graphics card Intel Arc A730M they are just the tip of the iceberg. They complete the hardware platform 2 SSD M.2 da 2 TB PCIe Gen. 4×4 e 16GB di RAM DDR5 4800 MHz.

This notebook integrates a 16 inch QHD+ at 165 Hzin the new format 16:10crisp and crystal clear audio thanks to the two speakers Sound blaster Cinema 6+ e Nahimic by Steelseries, a backlit keyboard and the latest technologies in connectivity (WiFi 6 AX211) and security. It will be available in Italy from October.

MEDION ERAZER: notebook and desktop PC for gaming


Featuring minimal design and bezels, the SPECIALIST P10 has a display 16-inch AVHA QHD + 165HzGraphic card NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 con 6GB GDDR6 VRAMprocessor Intel Core i7-12400H, 16GB of DDR4 3200 MHz RAM and 1TB M.2 SSD. On board there is also a backlit keyboard and audio Sound blaster Cinema 6+. This model will also be available from October.

MEDION ERAZER: notebook and desktop PC for gaming


Ideal for both beginners and for the most experienced gamers who wish to be competitive in style, the CRAWLER E30 offers everything you need to defeat even the most hostile enemies. On board we find processor Intel i5-12500H, with 8GB of DDR4 3200MHz RAM and 2 x 512GB PCIe Gen4 SSDsas well as a dedicated graphics card NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050Ti with 4GB GDDR6 VRAM. This model sports a 15.6 inch FHD IPS display at 144 Hz e 2 speaker Sound blaster Cinema 6+. Available from October.

MEDION ERAZER: notebook and desktop PC for gaming


Not only laptopMEDION ERAZER is also PC desktop and the RECON P20 it is the perfect embodiment. ERAZER desktop PCs are designed to make life as easy as possible for gamers. High accessibility to interior spacesflawless cable management and optimal ventilation.

Mid-Tower small in size, the RECON P20 houses a motherboard Intel B660 mATXprocessor Intel Core i5-12400FGraphic card NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 con 12GB di GDDR6 VRAMan SSD yes 512 GB and 16GB of DDR4 RAM. Complete the set of interfaces, with quattro USB 3.2 Gen 1, due USB 2.0, una USB 3.2 Gen 2 (Type-C), jack audio, LAN (RJ 45), tre jack audio, HDMI 2.0 e due DisplayPort 1.4. It will be available from October.

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