The other day on the Internet I saw the above photos of the next version of One Laptop Per Child Program. What struck me very interesting was the absence of Keyboard (hence the absence of mechanical failures) and the ability for two children to share it at the same time – very valuable in developing countries and for play. You have a touch-screen that works as a keyboard – hopefully doing Non-English language with this Virtual Keyboard will be supported and native.

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