Intel touch-based Classmate PC

Intel plans to release its new Classmate PC at CES 2009, which is targeted by NComputing and the MIT-spawned One Laptop Per Child (OLPC). The Netbook will feature a 180-degree swivel webcam, 1.6 GHz Intel Atom processor, 60 GB processor, and an 8.9-inch touch screen in addition to its keyboard. For the final product, Intel and its […]

Intel plans to release its new Classmate PC at CES 2009, which is targeted by NComputing and the MIT-spawned One Laptop Per Child (OLPC). The Netbook will feature a 180-degree swivel webcam, 1.6 GHz Intel Atom processor, 60 GB processor, and an 8.9-inch touch screen in addition to its keyboard.

For the final product, Intel and its manufacturing partner CTL have settled on a blue-and-white lid instead of the initially envisioned greenish-yellow color. Intel also plans to preload a software program and third-party applications that will allow Windows XP to take advantage of the touch screen.

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