One Tablet Per Child
One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) is unveiling two new low-cost tablets today that are designed around young children’s education. The tablets will be released this spring, with the XO-2 selling for $149.99 and the XO-10 selling for $199.99. Though OLPC’s software is the first thing you’ll see when the tablet turns on, Android and the Google Play Store are fully accessible behind it.
The old OLPC had a revolutionary price and pretty much failed. With Kindle Fire starting at $139, the price is not an advantage but the support for Android may at least prevent it from being a non-starter.