Navodaya - intels Classmate PC debuts

Intel is reportedly now planning to bring 'classmate PCs' to India.

In the middle of 2006 Intel brought the first 60 classmate PCs to India for a pilot test.
The company will start the second round of pilots most likely at Navodaya Vidyalaya in Delhi. it is a  small laptop based on Intel's 900MHz Celeron-M processor, the classmate PC features a flash disk memory instead of a hard disk. As the name suggests, it is designed particularly for school going children, laptop is currently estimated to cost around $175.


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