Here’s a name you don’t hear every day. Daewoo Lucoms of Korea hasn’t exactly gone out on a limb by tossing in some dual core goodness into their latest laptop, the Solo M410, but you have to admit, the name is a little ironic. After all, with a name like that, you’d expect little more than Core Solo, yes? Well, this notebook’s got more to offer that you’d think.
For starters, there’s the Intel Core Duo T2400 processor (1.83 GHz) running the show, backed up by an 80GB hard drive of the SATA variety, 533MB (that’s a strange number) of DDR2 memory, and a 14-inch WXGA (1280 x 768) LCD. Other key features include an integrated 1.3 megapixel webcam, 4-in-1 memory card reader, S video output, and an optical drive of some kind (they don’t say, though I suspect it’s at least a DVD-RW, if not a dual-layer burner).
Designed with “multitasking performance” in mind, the Daewoo Lucoms Solo M410 weighs 2.4kg. Expected retail price in Korea sits between 1,490,000 and 1,590,000 KRW (US$1,543 to US$1,647), depending on your chosen specs.