A recent history of North Korean computers

Everything you need to know about today's North Korean computer market
May 24th, 2013

SAN FRANCISCO – As IT spreads throughout North Korean society, the number of computers and tablet PCs on offer continues to grow. While some lucky ones have western-made laptops and even iPads, a handful of customized computers have begun to appear.

They mostly come from the state-run Korea Computer Center although one is also being

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Martyn Williams

Martyn is a North Korea media and tech specialist, and sole author / editor of the website North Korea Tech. He spent 16 years covering technology in Asia and is now based in Silicon Valley.

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