Aldi is selling a very special Windows notebook from tomorrow

If you are currently looking for a Windows notebook that is as cheap and not too large as possible, which is also built to be very robust, you should take a look at the Medion Akoya Education Notebook E11201 at Aldi.

Aldi sells robust Windows notebook for 199 euros

It doesn’t always have to be a large notebook for 1,000 euros. If you only need a Windows PC now and then, you can also buy a small and inexpensive model. At Aldi Nord, the Medion Akoya Education Notebook E11201 for only 199 euros offered in the branches (look at Aldi Nord).

This notebook is aimed specifically at schoolchildren and students, as the educational version of Windows 10 Pro is pre-installed with additional setting options, but normal users can also use the notebook. Since it is built for rough everyday school life, it even has some special properties. That’s the way it is better protected against falls from a height of up to 100 cm. The keyboard and touchpad do not mind fluids either. Since there is no built-in fan, you can work silently with it.

At a price of 199 euros, of course, you shouldn’t expect any miracles in terms of performance. It’s a simple work device with an 11.6-inch display, Intel Celeron N3450, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. There are connections for USB, HDMI and headphones. WLAN is of course built in as well as Bluetooth, a webcam and microphone. So you are well equipped for video calls. the Battery life is said to be up to 8 hours lie.

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For whom is it worth buying this Windows notebook from Aldi?

The Aldi notebook is perfect for schoolchildren. That’s basically what it’s for Developed as an “Education Notebook”. But if you are just looking for a small notebook for on the go, which is a bit more robust than usual devices, you can also access it here. If you prefer an Android tablet, you can also take a look at Aldi.

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