Netbooks: Not Designed for Developing World Children
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"I for one, feel that One Laptop Per Child is leaving Billions
of dollars on the table for others to take, if it fails to realize
that the real market maker, the customer that isn't price
sensitive, and who is viscerally hungry for the XO educational
experience, are the billions of parents of children in the
developing world, not their respective governments.
"Think about that for a moment. If you are a parent, like I am,
you know that your child's education is literally priceless. You
will move, work, sacrifice for your child without question."