One Laptop per Child undergoes final beta version

julio 23, 2007

by Dawn Kawamoto
The $100-laptop project for children in emerging nations is headed toward the finish line.




The One Laptop per Child (OLPC)
non-profit organization announced Monday its final beta version for the XO laptop.

Beta-4 (B4) will undergo final testing over the next few weeks, then enter mass production in October. The OLPC expects to ship 3 million XO laptops to more than three emerging nations, as part of this initial order, an OLPC spokesman said.

The OLPC has been particularly busy these past few weeks, gearing up for its final beta version, as well as striking a peace accord with Intel. Intel is joining the OLPC board and may serve as a potential supplier to the project.

Currently, AMD is supplying its Geode LX-700 chips to the XO laptop. Other components include 256MB of memory and 1GB of NAND flash, as well as a system designed to offer a fully readable display in bright sunlight, and durability to withstand water, dust clouds and a drop from as high as five feet.

Fuente: NewsBlog-CNET News

Links: Nicholas Negroponte, MIT The Media Lab, OLPC



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