Medion brings to Europe market the Akoya Mini E2076 D Ion-based nettop PC. The fashionable nettop, like the EMTEC G Box and Ruvo MiniCap 7, is basically a rebranded Pegatron Cape 7. It has a slim, sleek design.
The Akoya Mini E2076 D is powered by Intel’s Atom 230 1.6GHz processor, and NVIDIA’s Ion graphics chipset. There are also 1GB RAM, a 160GB/320GB hard drive, integrated WiFi support and six USB 2.0 ports.
The mini PC is available with Atom 330 option. It starts at about Euro 350.