Wednesday, 6 June 2007

Intel, Asus Show Off $200 Laptop provide an alternative to the One Laptop Per Child project, Intel announced plans on Tuesday to team up with Asustek to produce a notebook for developing countries that could cost as little as $200. The 'Eee PC' will be a full-featured low-end notebook, whereas the OLPC is more aimed at children. Intel has criticized the device in the past for being too simple, and not having enough functionality to even make it worthwhile.

While the specifics of the Intel Eee PC is unknown, whether it would be a good alternative depends on the software that is included!

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