More details on the ($100 - $25) laptop. I sense strong potential for the Osborne effect here -- who is going to buy $200 "$100" laptops when much-improved $75 versions will be available in 2010?
With its hinged dual display, the new version could be used as a book, as a laptop with a touch-screen keypad, or as one continuous display when folded flat. "The display is going to get better and better, and it's key to the next generation," Nicholas Negroponte, founder of OLPC, said yesterday at a launch event at the MIT Media Lab.
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