Updating olpc

At the time that the program launched, the typical retail price for a laptop was considerably in excess of

At the time that the program launched, the typical retail price for a laptop was considerably in excess of $1,000 (US), so it was infeasible to achieve this objective without also bringing a low-cost machine to production.

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At the time that the program launched, the typical retail price for a laptop was considerably in excess of $1,000 (US), so it was infeasible to achieve this objective without also bringing a low-cost machine to production.

This became the OLPC XO Laptop, a low-cost and low-power laptop computer.

,000 (US), so it was infeasible to achieve this objective without also bringing a low-cost machine to production.

This became the OLPC XO Laptop, a low-cost and low-power laptop computer.

Now that you can hold this “protected environment” in your hand, mobility is yours, and it allows users to be part of a “community”.

One Laptop per Child (OLPC) is a non-profit initiative established with the goal of transforming education for children around the world; this goal was to be achieved by creating and distributing educational devices for the developing world, and by creating software and content for those devices.

Its primary goal continues to be to transform education, by enabling children in low-income countries to have access to content, media and computer-programming environments.

had many helpful comments and encouragement during the difficult start.

December 2009 What Have We Learned From One Laptop Per Child?

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