The One Laptop Per Child project hopes to lower the cost of its laptop for developing nations to $50 by 2010, Nicholas Negroponte said in the opening keynote at the LinuxWorld conference in Boston.
The first units are scheduled to ship in December this year or January next year at an estimated cost of $135 per unit FB5.
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