"The laptop will be tough and foldable in different ways, with a hand crank for when there is no power supply."
"Children in Brazil, China, Egypt, Thailand, and South Africa will be among the first to get the under-$100 (£57) computer, said Professor Negroponte at the Emerging Technologies conference at MIT."
"The laptop will be more rugged and flexible than ordinary ones
They will have four USB ports, and will be able to connect to the net through wi-fi - wireless net technology - and will be able to share data easily."
So our kids will be getting laptops, but will Telkom give them Internet access?
So much for Telkoms argument that ADSL is expencive becouse computers are, this baby cost less than one months access to Telkom Internet.