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INDIA has unveiled plans to produce a laptop computer costing just $US10 ($15) to help improve the skills of millions of students across the country.
The laptops will be mass-produced as part of a Government-sponsored education scheme launched today in the southern city of Tirupati.
Details about the computer remained scarce, but Higher Education Secretary R.P. Agrawal said last week that it would be available within six months.
Originally posted by BorgHoffen
I think for 10 dollars, its not going to be very good.
But it might just be enough for learning stuff.
Originally posted by 44soulslayer
I mean some RAM etc is perfectly usable, and gets landfilled instead of recycled into products like this. Recycling in this case is a win-win.