One Laptop per Child To Unveil XO 3.0 Tablet At CES

The One Laptop Per Child program’s XO-3 tablet will be revealed next week at CES, according to the project’s founder, Nicholas Negroponte. The XO 3.0 features Marvell’s Armada PXA618 SOC processor and Avastar Wi-Fi SOC, with 512MB of RAM. It can run Android and other Linux operating systems like Fedora. The version that will be shown at the CES will be running Android.

The tablet will be priced at $100 or less, making it affordable for it’s targeted end-users, children in developing countries, where will will be used as an educational tool. They are sold to government-education systems which then give each primary school child their own laptop.

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