A round thing. The compact Erazer Beast X20 scores with a Core-i7-10870H processor, GeForce-RTX-3070 laptop GPU, 32 GB of RAM (dual-channel mode), space for two NVMe SSDs, and a responsive WQHD display (IPS, 165 Hz). The metal chassis used has proven to be very stable.
The Medion Erazer Beast X20 belongs to the class of 17.3-inch gaming notebooks. Like the almost identical predecessor, the current model is also based on a barebone from the company Tongfang (GM7MG7P).
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