Medion has released a few more details about its upcoming Akoya laptop. But just a few. French site Blogeee reports that the Medion Akoya will cost 399 Euros, will sport a “latest generation” processor which we assume means Intel Atom, and will have 1GB of RAM, an 80GB hard drive, and a “stable operating system,” which we assume means Linux.

One more tidbit. The press release says this laptop will have an 802.11n adaptor — which seems highly unlikely in a low-cost laptop. On the one hand, 802.11n connectivity would certainly set the Medion Akoya apart from other low-cost ultraportable notebooks. On the other hand, that’s because 802.11n components cost more than 802.11b/g parts. No word on when this laptop will be available, but it’s safe to say it won’t be hitting shelves before June.

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