"A Canadian alternative to the much talked about 'one hundred
dollar laptop' is making the rounds of the region in the hope of
winning support from governments by offering a different solution
to bridge the digital divide.
"Rather than one inexpensive laptop per child, the answer being
presented is a somewhat more powerful computer, with zero
maintenance or moving parts, which can be shared by a number of
children running free and open source software..."
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