THE MOTOR
January 16th 2012
Poor children’s tablet

|’One Laptop Per Child’ (OLPC) brings one of the most impressive inventions of today, the XO 3.0 tablet computer. As always the OPLC engineering team worked closely with the design team of fuseproject. It took them 6 years to create this extremely simple tablet with a green rubber cover to preserve the hardware. The $100 tablet is very complete with a variety of charging methods (some without electricity), Android plus its own Sugar OS system, a 1024 x 768 pixel screen, 4GB of internal storage, USB port, a rear-facing camera and audio ports. Manufacturer Marvell (the Barbie®-guys) together with OLPC Design Yves Béhar, Fuseproject

’One Laptop Per Child’ (OLPC) brings one of the most impressive inventions of today, the XO 3.0 tablet computer. As always the OPLC engineering team worked closely with the design team of fuseproject. It took them 6 years to create this extremely simple tablet with a green rubber cover to preserve the hardware. The $100 tablet is very complete with a variety of charging methods (some without electricity), Android plus its own Sugar OS system, a 1024 x 768 pixel screen, 4GB of internal storage, USB port, a rear-facing camera and audio ports. Manufacturer Marvell (the Barbie®-guys) together with OLPC Design Yves Béhar, Fuseproject

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