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India Says It Can Make A Laptop For $10

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The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) is an amazing project that aims to give every child in the world a laptop with a cost of just $100 a laptop and they also are windup so in countries where there is no or little electricity you can wind the OLPC up to get it working.

As we said this is an amazing project, but researchers in India are saying that they can make a laptop for $10 (now that would change a lot of children’s lives if made possible).

This is 10 times more computers and laptops than the OLPC.

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