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ZDOne writes "Small and inexpensive notebooks designed primarily for schoolchildren — particularly in developing countries — have been a hot topic ever since Nicholas Negroponte's One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project began in 2005. Production XO laptops became available in November 2007. ZDNet UK's reviews team has got its hands on three of the leading models: the OLPC XO, the Asus Eee and the Intel Classmate to find out which is really the most child-friendly and practical." Link to Original Source
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