One Laptop Per Child's first commercial product comes loaded with software, but the quality of the apps is uneven and the price is high for what's essentially a kid's toy.
- Attractive Yves Béhar-designed caseRugged design well-suited to kidsAround 150 apps includedAccess to Google Play for downloading more apps
- Expensive for a kid's deviceUneven app selection
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