The OLPC movement is�better known for its $100 laptops that sport Windows XP. �A new line of laptops, said to be released in 2010, is probably the cheapest touch screen laptop ever. For only $75, �this laptop comes with no keyboard, as opposed to the computer that cuts out the middle man. Better yet, it has�a fold�out, dual touchscreen, designed to fend off the glare in the middle of a sunny day.
The designers felt that not producing the laptop with a keyboard would translate into less mechanical failure for the unit. As OLPC strives to rid the world of computer-phobia, it’s designs like these that could one day make everyone a computer-savvy nerd.