Lifetec LT 1998sl
Display - CRT - 19 in
2 reviews from the community
Review of "Lifetec LT 1998sl"
(unsure if this is in the wrong catagory but its all I could find about Medion)Having moaned constantly for a new computer I was finally granted my wish as my poor old Time Computer finally went to computer heaven.
I was looking around for the cheapest computer at the highest spec and I came across this Medion one. It was actually listed as a special offer by the supermarket chain "Aldi" for a measly £770 for the box, keyboard and mouse which I thought was not a bad deal.The Machine itself is a Pentium 4 (2.66ghz) whicb comes with a DVD drive and a CD-RW as standard although the one thing I noticed after buying the machine is, it has no floppy disk drive!. Although this isnt a problem as you can buy an external one and plug it into the USB Ports located at the front of the machine.technical support.
All in all I am very happy with the system and with the amount of money I saved on the box I splashed out on a 17" flat screen monitor aswell which still works out cheaper than buying some near top of the range computers.For anybody else who is looking around for PCs I would recommend a Medion as I have had absolutely no problem with it at all, my best advice would be buying from a magazine rather than a computer shop itself as the machines are occasionally cheaper if they are in magazines.
Product Information : Lifetec LT 1998sl
Manufacturer's product descriptionDisplay - CRT - 19 in
Display / Technology: CRT
Display / Diagonal Size: 19 in
Listed on Ciao since: 10/03/2001