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November 18th, 2005
Researchers in Tunis have unveiled a $A137 hand-cranked laptop computer, saying they hoped to place them in the hands of millions of schoolchildren around the globe.
Mike Treder: If you believe in the value of empowerment through education, in the necessity of bringing technology to children in developing countries, and in the importance of global networking, then this is really good stuff.
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