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CES 2012: One Laptop per Child gets tablet makeover

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The One Laptop per Child mission has been working for a number of years to get low-cost computers to school children who would not otherwise be able to afford them.

Marc Cieslak looks at their new tablet which adds touch screen capabilities to the budget machine.

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