Engadget gives us a hands-on preview of the OLPC, direct from CES 2007. Just to recap, the OLPC boasts a 500mhz Processor, Linux OS, 1GB Memory, and a Two-Mode Display (Color and B&W). It’s powered by AC or handcrank — users get approximatley 10 minutes of use with 1 minute of cranking. Video after the jump.

Nick Negroponte’s OLPC made an appearance at CES, in partner Marvell’s booth. Marvell supplies the 802.11 b/g chipset, as well as a chipset made exclusively for mesh networking

[via Engadget]

Engadget gives us a hands-on preview of the OLPC, direct from CES 2007. Just to recap, the OLPC boasts a 500mhz Processor, Linux OS, 1GB Memory, and a Two-Mode Display (Color and B&W). It’s powered by AC or handcrank — users get approximatley 10 minutes of use with 1 minute of cranking. Video after the jump.

Nick Negroponte’s OLPC made an appearance at CES, in partner Marvell’s booth. Marvell supplies the 802.11 b/g chipset, as well as a chipset made exclusively for mesh networking

[via Engadget]