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One Laptop per Child and fuseproject demonstrated a fully functional version of the much-anticipated XO 3.0 - a lowcost, low-power, rugged tablet computer designed for classrooms around the globe - at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show. The XO-3 tablet integrates off-grid power sources and durable, kid-friendly design to provide a low-cost, energy efficient way for children in developing nations to learn and utilize technology.




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"After 6 years of design development with Nicholas Negroponte and the non-profit organization he founded, One Laptop Per Child, I am incredibly excited to share the next generation XO-3 tablet," Yves Behar commented. "More than 2.4 million children in 25 countries received the original XO Laptop, and these kids have been our inspiration to create the next generation of this educational tool.


One Laptop Per Child is a technology story about how to provide low-cost educational tools to millions of children. For those children, and for us, it is also a creative story about how to design specifically for young students. Every decision made by the OLPC engineering team and the design team at fuseproject has been about adapting technology to children's needs at a cost that makes the tablet affordable for developing countries.


The XO-3 tablet uses similar ruggedizing strategies as the original XO laptop: rubber protection, anti-scratch grip textures, and robust construction. The XO-3 takes this protection further by creating an elastomer removable cover, which is flipped from screen cover to back cover. The cover's arced front surface allows access to ports and buttons, and shields them during transportation to further preserve the hardware. Additionally, the solar cover option can house a solar panel combined with internal batteries for outdoor or indoor charging.


The XO 3.0 tablet features Marvell ARMADA PXA618 SOC processor, Avastar Wi-Fi SOC, standard or Pixel Qi sunlight-readable display, and Android/Linux operating system support. The XO-3 is the only tablet that can be charged directly by solar panels, hand cranks and other alternative power sources.


More than 50 new tablet computers are expected to debut at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. But only one is meant for people in the poorest regions of the world, and comes with a hand crank as an accessory.


The XO-1.75 and XO-3.0 both use low-power 1 GHz Marvell Armada PXA618 processors. The laptop and tablet can also be configured with Pixel Qi low-power LCD displays which use about 80 percent less power than a traditional LCD when you turn off the backlight.


However according to an article on a Uruguayan Web site from last week Plan Ceibal recently decided to purchase 10,000 XO Tablets. According to the piece these tablets are part of an evaluation to decide whether Uruguay's 5- and 6-year-olds (which means pre-school and grade 1 pupils respectively) will receive a tablet, an XO or a hybrid (which sounds like the XO-4 Touch) in the future. Given that 47,000 pupils start primary school each year coming out on top of the evaluation could be quite a win for the XO Tablet, though naturally that would potentially cut into sales of the XO-4 (Touch).What strikes me as somewhat odd about the evaluation is that the article indicates that it will be completed by the end of the year, even though the XO Tablets are only expected to be distributed in four months. Even excluding possible delays this leaves precious little time for any sort of evaluation and comparison with the 10,000 hybrid devices which are apparently also being evaluated.


I share your scepticism about the sparse info and internet posting about the xo learning tablet. I hope that this effort does not tarnish the existing good will and halo effect of the OLPC-F's XO laptop. The tablet and XO seem to be distinct devices so they may not cut-into each others market, which means kids might have both devices. I hope the xo learning tablet does improve to be worthy to be used alongside the XO-4 touch.


At the end of the Uruguayan Web site article it says "The initial plan is for these pre-school and grade 1 pupils, who now receive a tablet, to receive their first laptop in grade 3. And, what's better, they will be able to keep the tablet." ("El plan inicial es que estos niños de preescolar o primer año que reciban ahora una tableta tendrán en tercer año su primera laptop. Y, lo que es mejor, podrán conservar su tableta.") If that does end up happening then you're right and laptop sales wouldn't suffer, though purchases would be pushed back by 2 years. Though then the associated total cost per user in Plan Ceibal would also go up quite significantly and one will have to see whether that goes through.


Uno de los stands más concurridos de CES Unveiled, el evento previo al CES que comienza hoy ha sido el de la fundación One Laptop Per Child en el que hemos podido probar de primera mano su novísimo OLPC XO 3.0. Se tata del tablet educativo orientado a niños sin recursos para países en vías de desarrollo y que comenzará a distribuirse en marzo por varias escuelas de Uruguay y Nicaragua.


According to OLPC, the XO-4 Touch will be part laptop, part tablet; as a matter of fact, it will come equipped with a sunlight-resisting, energy-efficient touch screen manufactured by Neonode and run on a Marvell ARMADA 2128 processor.


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