If there’s one thing parents don’t mind spending on their kids, it would be education. Of course, health comes first, but getting a good education is of utmost importance no matter which part of the world you’re from. With the introduction of classroom PCs by Intel, it makes perfect sense for Daewoo Lucoms to jump onto the bandwagon with its low-cost education-use mobile computer equivalent known as Lukid. It has the Intel Celeron 900MHz processor running at the heart of things, powered by Windows XP. The 9″ LCD display, 512MB RAM and 30GB hard drive round off the list of specifications. Lukid is tipped to retail for slightly more than $500 in Korea.