Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 6th Dec 2006 19:39 UTC, submitted by Flatline
Intel Intel said Tuesday its diminutive low-cost laptop will be evaluated in Brazil next year alongside a cheaper alternative from a nonprofit group seeking to bring computers to poor children worldwide. The company said it would donate 700 to 800 of the USD 400 (EUR 300) 'Classmate PC', to the government for a large-scale evaluation in schools. Intel has already tested the computers on a smaller scale with students and teachers in a poor neighbourhood of Campinas, near Sao Paulo.
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This will never work
by judgen on Thu 7th Dec 2006 00:40 UTC
judgen
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2006-07-12

As title said. I have to be critical about this, we have see where it leads. My guess is nowhere. hehe

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