This is Eric Franklin from CNET, I'm at CES 2013.
I'm talking a look at XO-4 from One Laptop Per Child powered by Marvell.
Last year we look at the XO-3, this is the next version of that.
And as you can see there's some changes, it's now a full keyboard and a touchpad right here.
The processor has upgraded from single-core to dual-core now.
Also the Wi-Fi has been
upgraded to 802.11n.
As you can see, the design has seen some changes as well, now folds down, carry it with you, or kids can carry it with them, still feels pretty durable.
It's also-- full USB ports on either side, there is a headphone jack, microphone, micro HTMI port.
Once again, I'm Eric Franklin and this has been the First Look at the XO-4 from One Laptop Per Child powered by
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