tell me when they really sell them at that price.
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The 'world's cheapest laptop', developed in India, was unveiled by Union Minister for Human Resources Development Arjun Singh at the Tirupati temple on Tuesday evening.
The laptop, jointly developed by several organisations, such as the University Grants Commission, the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras, and the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, will be priced at around $10 to $20 (about Rs 500 to Rs 1,000), officials said.
More you can read @ http://www.rediff.com/money/2009/feb...lar-laptop.htm
I do not know will this be a $10 or $100, what I know is the indian chaneel news showing 500 Rs laptops (i.e. 1$=49Rs) = $10 , which is really validating the value !
Agree, every single thing of PC will touch $10 atleast .. be it mem stick, usb port )
Even Lapdance is expensive ;_)
Price would have to be subsidized.
Same as what the US congress and the fed are doing for alot of companies right now.
Last edited by Area52; 02-04-2009 at 10:58 AM.
Actually, these are very doable.
The original Asus EEE laptops (700 series) would now fall into this category, in terms of manufacturing cost.
There'd be no need for subsidies. The companies simply declare the lost profit as a tax write off due to charitable expenditure, and sells them at the $100 price tag.