Version 2.0 of the XO will use two touch screens that adapt to a given context, providing a right and left page in vertical format, a hinged laptop in horizontal format, and a flat, two-screen continuous surface for use in tablet mode. It will also be about half the size of its older brother, and reduce its power consumption to less than one watt.
The revamped notebook is far from production, being scheduled to launch in 2010 with a target price of $75. Given the OLPCís difficulties in meeting its ambitious goals with the first XO, though, I have to admit Iím a little skeptical about the nonprofitís claims regarding the XO-2.
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