Sub-$100 laptop design unveiled
Nicholas Negroponte, chairman and founder of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Labs, has been outlining designs for a sub-$100 PC.
The laptop will be tough and foldable in different ways, with a hand crank for when there is no power supply........The laptops will be encased in rubber to make them more durable, and their AC adaptors will also act as carrying straps.
The Linux-based machines are expected to have a 500MHz processor, with flash memory instead of a hard drive which has more delicate moving parts.
They will have four USB ports, and will be able to connect to the net through wi-fi - wireless net technology - and will be able to share data easily. BBC NEWS | Technology | Sub-$100 laptop design unveiled
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