Low-cost laptops could be used in India schools

02/3/2009 | BBC

Students in India soon could be using a low-cost laptop computer being developed to update technology in schools nationwide. The laptops, expected to cost between $10 and $100, are planned to include wireless Internet, and they are an inexpensive way to provide more e-learning opportunities for students throughout India.

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