a Marvell Armada PXA618 ARM-based system-on-a-chip that allows the tablet to run on just 2 Watts. (We also profiled Marvell CEO Sehat Sutardja last year.
The OLPC hasn’t finalized the price, because they’re still deciding on materials, but they’re shooting for under $100.
Still, they’re not the only bargain tablet-maker around these days. The Canadian company Datawind has garnered lots of attention for their Aakash Ubislate 7, a tablet device that the Indian governmnet plans to sell for a subsidized price of less than $50.