Thursday, July 29, 2010

Business 2.0: "hundred-dollar laptop" will change the world

August 23, according to foreign media reports, Business 2.0 website has published an article that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology R & D laptop is going to change the world.

Laptop is aimed at developing the education market and the development of low-cost laptops, but not only benefit children in developing countries, hundred of innovative notebook also a major impact on the industry as a whole.

When you first see laptop is, the first impression it is a "children's toys." Bright green appearance, built-in handle, the rabbit ears antenna interesting, and rubber membrane keyboard. On the surface, a toy factory has the capacity to produce.

However, when picked up it, will feel the excellent work. When you open the computer, will find that has a wireless connection to the Internet. Moreover, also the composition of the local area network with other users. Even direct sunlight the screen can still clearly see the contents of the screen.

Although the laptop is in the future will continue to innovate, but its current achievements, enough to change the current design of notebook computers. It is changing the rules of the game, almost everyone in the hope that other manufacturers can also provide comparable with hundred-dollar laptop products.

It is reported that Quanta laptop is currently in mass production, expected in October this year the first batch of products delivered to users. The current cost of about 176 U.S. dollars, is expected in 2009 fell to 100 U.S. dollars.

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