Code-named "Eduwise," this laptop is geared towards teachers and students, running either Windows or Linux operating systems, and containing a wireless connection. This laptop was built in response to the "One Laptop Per Child" project out of MIT. The OLPC is slated to cost around $100, but would only available for purchase by large government organizations.
The information on the Eduwise seems to suggest that it would be available to all students and teachers around the world. It's cost is $400.
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