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The $10 Laptop that Isn’t $10 and Isn’t a Laptop

sakshat The other day we posted about the unveiling of a $10 laptop from India that was about to be unveiled. Well it was. It doesn’t cost $10 and it isn’t a laptop. It is essentially a storage device for what they call e-content that can hook up to a laptop and will cost about $30. But it was unveiled yesterday. It does have a name though. It’s called the Sakshat.

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5 Comments

  1. tal

    02/04/2009 at 6:10 am

    the people at work heard me laugh from the other side of the building.

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  2. rocke86

    02/04/2009 at 6:32 am

    So it turned out to be a nas/router device?

    I was hoping it would be a graphing calculator like device with the form of a nintendo ds replacing the buttons and touchscreen with a keyboard. It would only have the processing power and screen as a low end cellphone. It would need a very lightweight os that allows very simple web browsing, rss reader, word precessing, ebook reader, email client, ect. Throw in a microphone and speaker, and you’d have a decent mp3, internet radio, voip device.

    This could be possible for under $40. Might not be a whole lot more useful than those $10 pda keychains but at least you could do basic pc functions.

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    11/30/2010 at 2:51 am

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    11/30/2010 at 2:53 am

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