Daewoo Lucoms' Core Duo-powered Solo M410 notebook

Evan Blass
E. Blass|08.17.06

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Daewoo Lucoms' Core Duo-powered Solo M410 notebook

We recently brought you the Solo M1 UMPC from Daewoo-spinoff Daewoo Lucoms, and now the company is back with another member of the Solo family, but this one is a regular old Core Duo-powered notebook. The 5-pound, 14-inch M410 sports a 1.83GHz T2400 processor, WXGA display, 512MB of DDR2 RAM (maxed out at 1GB), and an 80GB hard drive. Also on board are a DVD Super Multi Drive, 1.3 megapixel webcam, 4-in-1 card reader (which is a bit misleading -- it really has just 2 slots for SD / MMC and MemoryStick / MS Pro), an Intel wireless card supporting 802.11a/b/g, and as you'd expect, Intel integrated graphics. As far as ports go, you're getting four USB 2.0 jacks, and one each of FireWire, Ethernet, VGA, Parallel, and S-Video -- though obviously no DVI or HDMI. Pricing seems to range from 1,490,000 to 1,590,000 won ($1,543 to $1,646) depending on configuration, and as the currency indicates, this model will only be hanging out in Korea for the time being.
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