Fast Company reports that on February 3rd, the Indian government will unveil a $10 educational laptop with 2GB of RAM, Wi-Fi and expandable hardware, that operates on only two watts of power. Mass production costs are $20, but expect this to be halved as large-scale production starts up.
The laptop is an answer to MIT’s Nicholas Negroponte’s $100 One Laptop Per Child. Can’t wait to see what it looks like in a few days!
Click here for the Fast Company article.
**Update: It turns out that the $10 laptop is not a full-functioning laptop, but a “computing” device with storage. Read the comments below for more information. **