"Here's the vision. Take the best of current laptop technology,
strip out the parts that add bloat and weight, develop some cool
new alternatives to expensive components, combine it with free
software, and wrap everything into a rugged yet handsome package
costing around 100 dollars.
"Then, when you are done, try to get it into the hands of 100
million or more children in developing countries. That is the dream
of One Laptop per Child (OLPC), a nonprofit initiative launched by
faculty members at the MIT Media Lab..."
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