Medion Erazer Major X20: RTX 4070 notebook with mechanical keyboard
Compared to the predecessor, the Medion Erazer Major X20 boasts several useful upgrades: the Arc A730M graphics core has given way to a much more powerful GeForce RTX 4070. Futhermore, a mechanical keyboard replaces the chiclet model and a Thunderbolt 4 slot has been added.
The combination of a Core i9-13900HX CPU, a GeForce RTX 4070 laptop GPU and 32 GB of RAM (DDR4-4800, dual-channel mode) equips the computer for all conceivable challenges. Two 1 TB SSDs (PCIe 4, M.2-2280) ensure short loading times and sufficient storage space. Around EUR 2,500 is the asking price for the entire package.
The hardware runs all current games smoothly. The full screen resolution (2560x1600) and high to maximum settings can be selected. Higher resolutions are also possible if the appropiate display is connected - the X20 has two video outputs (1x HDMI 2.1, 1x display port via USB-C). The matte 16-inch screen (QHD+, IPS, 240 Hz) comes in 16:10 format, which made a good impression in our review.
One battery charge (62.3 Wh) is sufficient for a practical runtime of around 4 hours - hardly impressive rates. The bulky 330 watt power adapter also has to be carried around for mobile use. Lastly, the battery cannot be charged via a universal USB-C power adapter, as the corresponding slot does not support Power Delivery.
Read our review of the Medion Erazer Major X20 for further information and benchmark results.