Aldi has launched its most expensive Specialbuy ever – and it’s perfect for gamers looking to play Fortnite, Elden Ring and Call of Duty. The budget supermarket has released three gaming computers, but they have a high price.
The Medion Gaming PC come with three storage options ranging from 512GB to 1TB, and are priced from £949.99 to £1,149.99.
These are some of the most expensive items launched by the German retailer, except for a Scheppach dumper it was £999.99, £50 more than the cheapest PC. Other eye-watering prices Aldi has seen include a thermal imager for £899.99 and e-bikes for £699.99.
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The Medion i7 RTX3060ti 16GB 512GB SSD , priced at £1,099.99. is supposed to “take your gaming experience to the next level”, according to Aldi.
The product description reads: “As the gaming industry soars, make sure you’re kept up to date with the latest technology. The Medion i7 RTX3060ti 16GB 512GB SSD Desktop Gaming PC will transform your next-level gaming experience.
“With this amazing 12th Gen i7-12700 core, this PC will run your games smoothly with amazing graphics display.”
An NVIDIA Geforce RTX3060ti LHR graphics card means most games will be compatible with the PC, including Fortnite, Elden Ring and Call of Duty. The desktop gaming PC also comes with a wired USB keyboard and optical USB mouse, Windows 11 Home with a free month trial of Microsoft Office 365.
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Buyers raved about the PCs, writing: “Fantastic specs for the money, nice machine and quiet, delivers a solid 80-100 fps in Rust with all settings maxed out, son is at again a very happy player. ”
Another added: “Good price, good delivery and nice to use. Specs price is pretty good compared to what’s currently available. Runs Valorant, Apex etc at 240+ FPS. Just gotta take a hit on the quality, so I can’t complain.
“Plus, the fan speed only increases when needed, so the PC is quiet. However, I had to use an ethernet cable to access the internet and only 500 GB of SSD storage with no HDD. Other than that, I was very impressed.
One called it ‘great value for money’, adding: ‘Great specs for the price, would recommend, my son is very happy and it does everything he wants and a faster delivery and well packaged.”
The slightly cheaper version of this device comes in at £949.99, with the best spec – offering a terabyte of storage, costs £1,149.99.
The PCs are only available online and are available for pre-order, with an estimated ship date of Monday, April 18.