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Re: [vox] OLPC XO ("$100 laptop") available to public
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Re: [vox] OLPC XO ("$100 laptop") available to public

Thank you for the info!
I think that in maybe 2-3 years,
those same units may cost 50.00.
I will just wait!  In the meanwhile,
can I trouble you for technical help?
Now that I have this unit,
I want to connect it to a windows box
that does not presently have a monitor
or keyboard connected to it.
Just how the heck would I do that?

On 9/24/07, Bill Kendrick <nbs@sonic.net> wrote:

BBC News tells me:


  Computer enthusiasts in the developed world will soon be able to get
  their hands on the so-called "$100 laptop".

  The organisation behind the project has launched the "give one, get one"
  scheme that will allow US residents to purchase two laptops for $399.

  One laptop will be sent to the buyer whilst a child in the
  developing world will receive the second machine.

  The G1G1 scheme, as it is known, will offer the laptops for just two
  weeks, starting on the 12 November.


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