Medion Erazer Deputy P10 in the test: A lot of gaming power for the money

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Editor holds Medion Erazer Deputy P10 © COMPUTER BILD

The Medion Erazer Deputy P10 is pretty narrow for a 15-inch device ?? not a flyweight, but okay for a gaming notebook. The built-in technology is noticeable here, just like with the speed. Gamers can expect a lot from the Aldi notebook here.

The Erazer Deputy P10 is a decent gaming notebook, the speed and features of which leave little to be desired. The pale color rendering and the very short battery life could be improved. All in all, the estimated 1,357 euros are fair, but not a mega bargain price. At the time of the test, the price comparison portal Idealo listed laptops with comparable equipment at similar rates.

Per

  • Very fast work pace
  • High game speed ?? also suitable for 4K games on the monitor
  • Fast WLAN-ax
  • Compact and not too heavy for a gaming notebook

Cons

  • Pale colors
  • Short battery life
  • Slot for 2.5-inch SSDs without SATA and power connections

Editor’s assessment

satisfying

W.hen you pay for a Take gaming notebooks in hand if you don’t just want to play the latest top games. It should also have enough reserves for the games of tomorrow. The Medion Erazer Deputy P10 brings them along without breaking the bank. Discounter Aldi wants a good 1,357 euros for the deputy, which will be in the north and south branches from October 22, 2020. But even that is not a stick. Is it worth buying? The test of the new Aldi notebook provides answers.

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Medion Erazer Deputy P10: Not big, not small

When it comes to size, Medion takes a middle ground: Instead of a 17.3-inch screen for action in XXL format, there is a 15.6-inch display. Advantage: The Deputy remains compact with dimensions of 35.9×25.6×3 centimeters. The display frame is also quite thin; the gaming notebook is narrower than most of the others in the same format. Typical gambler, however: At 2,327 grams, the device is portable, but not a flyweight.

Keyboard of the Medion Erazer Deputy P10 © Medion

Nice and colorful: The keyboard of the Medion Erazer Deputy P10 has colored lighting that can be adjusted by the user.

Comet Lake Processor

A lot of steam

That’s why Medion installed a large cooling system in the Deputy. This blows warm air out to the left when the CPU is sweating a lot. This keeps it cool on the right side, where most gamers have their gaming mouse. However, the Erazer Deputy P10 rarely broke a sweat in the test: Office tasks as well as power-hungry photo and video editing were done in a hurry and easily achieved a “very good” rating.
Left side of the Medion Erazer Deputy P10 © Medion

The large ventilation opening as well as the HDMI connection and the network socket are on the left.

GeForce RTX 2060

Right side of the Medion Erazer Deputy P10 © Medion

On the right side there are three fast USB sockets, one of them in the new USB type C format.

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Little persistent gamer

The battery is a slightly larger model with 60 watt hours, but it didn’t last long. Because in the test, the Deputy P10 was anything but economical with energy: it was over after around two hours. That is poor even for a gaming notebook. After all, it is quickly recharged: the battery was full to the brim after just 80 minutes.

Test results
processor

Intel Core i7-10750H

Graphics chip

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060

Display 15.6 inches (1920×1080 pixels)
Dimensions

35.9 x 25.6 x 3 centimeters

Weight

2,372 grams, power adapter: 867 grams

Tempo with Office / Tempo in video editing

very fast (79%) / very fast (82%)

Game speed (DX11: native / 3840×2160 pixels)

jerky (143/45 frames per second)

Color fidelity / contrast /

reaction time

very low (90.8%) / low (806: 1) /

somewhat long (14.7 ms)

Image quality (visual test on the display)

high (pale color rendering)

Battery life (work / video) / charging time

very short (2:00 / 1:54) / very short (1:20 hours)

Noises (office / video / full load / games)

a little loud (2.9 sone / 1.1 sone / 4.7 sone / 4.7 sone)

RAM (built-in / expandable to a maximum)

16 GB / 64 GB

Storage (size, type)

477 GB (M.2 SSD with PCI Express 3.0 connector)

connections

1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 type C, 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 type A, 1x USB 2.0, 1x headset, 1x HDMI, 1x network (1,000 Mbit)

Radio links

WLAN-ax (2.4 and 5 GHz), Bluetooth 5

Operation of the keyboard / touchpad

comfortable / comfortable

Operation of the touch screen unavailable

Medion Deputy P10 in the test: conclusion

The Erazer Deputy P10 is a decent gaming notebook whose speed and equipment leave little to be desired. The pale color rendering and the very short battery life could be improved. All in all, the estimated 1,357 euros are fair, but not a mega bargain price. At the time of the test, the price comparison portal Idealo listed laptops with comparable equipment at similar rates.

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