OLPC XO Tablet review
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
OLPC XO-4 Hands-on
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