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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Zerousen, Jul 24, 2010.
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May be cheap but if it has horrible specs it's useless.
It's aimed at students, remember?
It if can do the basic tasks of web browsing, basic graphic design and text editing it will be incredibly valuable to students at that price.
^^^This is the computer what Kapil Sibal, India's human resource development minister, is holding^^^
Source: CBC News (Canada)
So what do you thinks guys? Do you like the world's cheapest computer? I think it looks nice and it could be aimed a person who doesn't have money and also aimed at students.
wow, way to go India
Things like that could be sold all over the world they could make millions.
Hell, if it's got an English mode and decent specs I might just import it.
The Chinese knockoffs have gotten decent enough reviews and they go from $100-$200.
Personally though if I was a student I'd rather have a netbook or other type of laptop. Tablets are cool and nice devices but a netbook is better suited for the needs of a student, in my opinion.
For $35 I would buy it...provided it doesn't explode or something...
If it could handle photoshop, I would definitely buy it...
I would love to dig around and see what kind of Linux fun is going on in that thing. At $35 i can't imagine it not becoming huge.
Who needs an iPad when you have a 100 of these?
as long as its got a decent touch screen, can wordprocess well and can surf the web well enough. i'd buy it.
Yeeee, thats some dope shit right there..
Holy shit that thing is small
Warning: Spoilers inside!
Haha at iPad being considered a personal computer.
Cool for them. Can it play Crysis?! :trollface:
I'll probably get one; 95% of my family lives in India (obviously I'm Indian).
it will probably do that, catch fire, or leak battery acid
It depends on what you're studying, really.
Photoshop and gimp prolly not, paint tool sai maybe.