The $100 Laptop

Team 5 | BUS 552E | References
introduction | device | sponsors | applications & users | history
display | linux on laptop | mesh networking | tablet pc
implications
conclusions
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References

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Aldine Press
Audio Presentation from 2005 MIT Technology Review Emerging Technologies Conference
Brightstar Announces Commitment to Development of $100 Laptop as Part of 'One Laptop Per Child' Not-for-Profit Initiative
Chinese eye $100 wireless laptop
Concept of $100 laptop for world's poor is a winner
e-Government
E Ink
Flip Flop Sensor
For each poor child in world: a laptop
The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid, also published in 2005 as a Wharton School Publishing book
From the Editor: The Hundred-Dollar Laptop
Internet World Stats
Google and Open Source, the Real Story
Learning from laptops
Linux.org
Low-Cost Laptops for Kids in Need
Minitel
Personal Internet Communicator
Quocirca Report on Migrating to Linux at the Desktop
Seymour Papert
Simputer
Technology Review's Emerging Technologies Conference at MIT
U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division, International Programs Center, IDB Aggregate Demographic Data
What's The Best Tech Device For The World's Poor?

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