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Classmate PC rated "E" for everyone; Intel to sell to public

Joel Hruska of Ars Technica writes: "Up until now, both Intel's Classmate PC and the OLPC Foundation's OLPC XO laptop have been explicitly targeted towards poor students in developing countries. Intel plans to change that focus with the second generation of the Classmate PC, however, announcing that future versions of the laptop will be available to US and European consumers at a price point between $250-350. Design specifications for the next-generation laptop aren't yet available (conflicting reports have stated it may or may not use an Atom processor) but the unit is expected to be capable of running Windows, even if it doesn't ship with that OS."

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