Lenovo will start selling a new low-cost computer targeting rural Chinese, the Wall Street Journal reported. The computer, which will be priced between US$199 and US$399, will include a keyboard and central processing unit but use a household's television as a monitor. The domestic personal computer company will bundle software for agricultural products with the machine. The average annual income in rural China is lower than US$600 a year and market penetration is low, with less than 10% of consumers owning a computer. There have been notable efforts recently to introduce low-cost computers to developing countries, including MIT's US$100 One Laptop Per Child project and a US$200 laptop developed by Intel.