Medion unveils Erazer X6603 gaming notebook with GTX 1050 Ti graphics
The 15.6-inch notebook is now shipping with a Full HD display, 16 GB of RAM, i7-7700HQ CPU, and a 256 GB SSD for 1400 Euros. The chassis is unsurprisingly reminiscent to the existing Lenovo Legion Y series.
Other features include an Intel 8265 wireless-ac adapter, stereo Harman Kardon speakers, and a USB 3.1 Type-C port alongside the usual USB Type-A, HDMI, and RJ-45. Otherwise, the system is fairly barebones without any of the eccentric features found on higher-end gaming laptops such as HDR, 120 Hz refresh rates, or individually-lit RGB keys.
A quick look at the chassis of the new Erazer X6603 reveals that the design is a modified version of Lenovo's existing Legion Y520 series of notebooks. The angled speaker grilles, bar hinge, and surrounding trackpad features are not unlike what Lenovo currently offers on its latest Y series. The Medion, however, appears to be more streamlined for a wider mainstream appeal.
The Erazer X6603 is now available through the official Medion online store for about 1400 Euros. Medion, while not as popular in the United States, has a larger presence in UK and European markets.
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