Acer set to leave low cost laptops to its Packard Bell brand | Acer will be moving away from the lower end of the laptop market, with its Packard Bell brand increasingly offering up the cheaper products. Buying advice from the leading technology site
Although One Laptop per Child (OLPC) has benefitted several unprivileged children across the world, Peruvians seem to be rather miffed with the initiative. The Peru government spent over US $ 200 million on OLPC project through which in excess of 800,000 low cost laptops were distributed to school children in rural Peru.
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Vodafone to extend broadband laptop tie-ins | Vodafone, long time provider of 3.5G connectivity to business laptop users, is likely to be moving into the consumer space with low cost laptops in a similar fashion to competitors such as Orange, which recently offered free Eee PCs with its broadband deal. Buying advice from the leading technology site
Don't automatically hate the OLPC laptop | I bought myself a One Laptop Per Child laptop for Christmas. Just in time, it seems, for Nicholas Negroponte's flagship to hit the rocks of the global economic slowdown. Buying advice from the leading technology site