Monday, March 05, 2007

Article: Two visions for delivering PCs to emerging nations

CNET reports: "In its effort to bring computers to emerging nations, the nonprofit trade organization One Laptop Per Child has linked up with some of the world's largest contract manufacturers and component suppliers to build its low-cost machines. ... Chipmaker Intel, meanwhile, is working with companies like Zinox, a hardware maker from Nigeria you've probably never heard of."

Want to know more about the two laptops that are competing to be the low-cost computer that will be used educate the next generation of children in third world countries?
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