"With a 500-unit field test ready to begin in September, the One
Laptop Per Child (OLPC) program has announced that the
much-anticipated, now-$140 laptop will be called Children's Machine
1 (CM1). Although MIT failed to reach the $100 price point, the
Linux-based laptop is a remarkable achievement. Manufactured by
Chinese hardware company Quanta, the rugged, portable computer
features a 400mhz AMD Geode processor (the original prototypes had
a 366mhz processor), 128MB of DRAM, built-in wireless support, and
512MB of flash memory for internal storage..."
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