Daewoo joins budget laptop market with Lukid – but only in Korea

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lukid.jpgDaewoo is the latest tech company to try its luck with a budget laptop – although the Lukid might not make it out of Korea.

It’s actually been created as a low-cost computer for the education sector in Korea, with those retro-styled looks hiding an Intel 900MHz Celeron processor, Windows XP OS, a 9-inch LCD display, 512MB of RAM, 30GB HDD, Wi-Fo, SD card slot and USB connectivity.

All that for the equivalent of £268.

Daewoo Lucoms (via Aving)

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