Portland, OR, August 11, 2008
On Thursday, Intel began offering its Classmate PC, a 3-pound laptop that’s about the size of a hardback novel, to the U.S. market through Amazon.com, shipping in early May.
The $489 machine, built by the Portland, Ore.-based Computer Technology Link, comes loaded with Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system and a 40 gigabyte hard drive, a built-in Webcam, a nine-inch screen and one gigabyte of memory, along with a bright blue cover that doubles as a handle.
So how does the Classmate stack up? Read here: Intel Vs. The XO