OLPC XO Laptop Hands-On

Posted: Sep 18 2007, 1:31pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:54am CDT, in News | Technology News

OLPC XO Laptop Hands-On
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Laptop Magazine got a chance to get some first hand impressions of the latest version of the One Laptop Per Child's XO Laptop.

Quote: "At first sight, the OLPC's XO laptop looks like a prop on Nickelodeon's Double Dare (view more photos of the XO). The closed green-and-white, rounded machine looks more the part of a toy suitcase than powerful laptop. Even the XO logo on the front panel of the machine, which is customizable in 400 color combinations so children can tell their notebooks apart, screams that this is not an adult machine. (Our unit's logo was orange and yellow.) It's also smaller than we imagined. About the size of a small textbook, the 3.2-pound system felt no heavier than a metal lunch box."
Read the full XO hands-on report on Laptop Magazine.

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