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IFA 2013 | Medion reveals 17" Erazer X7611, X7825 and X7827 gaming notebooks

Medion reveals a trio of gaming notebooks, with Haswell CPUs and NVIDIA graphics that reach up to a GTX 780M.

Today at IFA, Medion took the wraps off additions to their mobile gaming family, introducing three new Erazer notebooks. The Lenovo-owned company debuted the Erazer X7611, Erazer X7825 and Erazer X7827, all coming in at 17.3".

For starters, the X7611 is 22m thick and weighs 2.6 KG, making it relatively "lightweight" when compared to gaming machines of today. The laptop packs Intel's latest Haswell i7 quad-core CPUs, along with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M graphics card with 2GB of GDDR5 vRAM and up to 16GB of RAM.

The 17.3" display also features a full-HD, 1920x1080 pixel resolution, and the laptop comes with built-in speakers, a subwoofer, a backlit keyboard, a pair of RAID enabled mSATA ports, and up to 2TB of storage. Windows 8, a 3.0MP integrated webcam, Gigabit LAN round up the rest of the gaming notebook's specifications along with a 6-cell Li-ion battery..

Medion also unveiled their X7825 and X7827 laptops today, both featuring the same full-HD, 17.3" display. The duo come with Intel's latest CPUs, just like the X7611, but offer up a whopping 32GB of RAM. Both also come with optional SSD, and the only difference appears to be a GTX 770M on the X7825 compared to a GTX 780M on the X7827.

The German-based company will be making the X7825 and X7827 available immediately online starting at 1,250 and 1,800 euros respectively, but folks willing to pay 1,350 euros for the X7611 will have to wait till December.

Medion Erazer X7611
Medion Erazer X7827
Medion Erazer X7611
Medion Erazer X7827
Medion Erazer X7827


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Ronald Tiefenthäler/Omar Al-Qudsi, 2013-09- 6 (Update: 2013-09- 6)