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Education Handhelds Intel Hardware Technology

Intel Aims 'One Tablet Per Child' Program at Developing Countries 93

Posted by timothy
from the take-two-of-these-call-in-the-morning dept.
retroworks writes "Digitimes Reports that 'Intel is set to push a tablet PC product codenamed StudyBook to target emerging markets. ... The StudyBook tablet PC will feature a 10-inch panel with Intel's Medfield platform and adopt dual-operating systems and will target the emerging markets such as China and Brazil. .. The StudyBook tablet PC will be released in the second half of 2012. ... Intel also hopes to push the product into regular retail channels priced below US$299.' Will this be another 'OLPC' disappointment, or is it starting to look very tough for the traditional school book industry?"
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Intel Aims 'One Tablet Per Child' Program at Developing Countries

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