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Wednesday, 18 June 2008 09:22

MSI Wind and Medion Akoya Mini listed

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Expected in stock in two months


MSI's Wind
and its evil twin brother, the Medion Akoya Mini, have been listed at several German retail sites.

As expected, the price is €399 for a 1.6GHz/512MB/80GB model with 10-inch screen; although some retailers claim the Medion Akoya has an 8.9-inch screen this seems highly unlikely.

We reviewed the Wind and our editor loved it, especially considering its rather low price. The only trouble is that in the first few months it will only be available with 3-cell batteries and that it won't be available at all for about two months. Most retailers are expecting to have it in stock in 7 to 8 weeks and this is quite disappointing.

You can check out the listings here.

Also read:

MSI ships its Wind netbook
 

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