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You know what was missing from the so-call \"unveiling\" of India's $10 laptop yesterday? Photos. Now we think we know why. The $10 laptop is not a laptop at all, the display-less and keyboard-less prototype device demonstrated is just a 10 x 5-inch wide slab that stores (and apparently prints) distr

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February 4, 2009 at 3:28AM
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As expected, India's government unveiled the jointly-developed \"$10 laptop\" today, now priced at $20. Unfortunately dubbed Sakshat, which ironically translates as \"before your eyes,\" the laptop is slated to ship in six months, with specs in line with what we've heard already: 2GB of storage, WiFi,

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Get ready, India's $10 laptop is set for its first unveiling on February 3rd. Ok, so it's not quite $10... $20 actually, but that's far better than the $100 some were estimating. It's also much better than the $200 per OLPC XO deal that Negroponte wanted to reportedly charge the Indian government m

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Come on, you didn't really believe that a $10 laptop was even remotely possible, did you? Yeah, didn't think so -- and unsurprisingly, that project sponsored by the Indian government to develop a low-cost laptop actually has a price target of $100, not $10. Chalk another one up to bad transcription,

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