North Korea previously made a weak entry into the tablet market and released an OS. However, the state is now aiming to impress with three new PC models.
PCWorld reported that on March 10th, state TV announced a North Korean factory was to assemble the machines using human workers.
The models that are being created compromise a desktop PC, an enterprise laptop, and a small netbook sized laptop, meant for educational usage.
The enterprise laptop has dual USB ports, internet connection, and a batter life that spans two and half hours.
See screen shots from the TV broadcast here.