Nearly seven years ago, Nicholas Negroponte unveiled his plan for a $100 laptop for children in developing countries. The project progressed into the One Laptop Per Child project and ever since with the time move, a lot of accomplishments comes into light with now more than 2.4 million children and teachers have laptops worldwide. The laptop is a XO-1, a.k.a. the $100 Laptop is an inexpensive subnotebook computer made for children in developing countries and features 4GB flash disk, 1GHz processor, SD-card slot for expansion, 3 USB ports, dual-mode display, webcam and wireless broadband. To give a better idea in detail, Online Colleges comes with an interesting infographic which represents well about the project:
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