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(From Philippine Daily Inquirer)
INTEL CORP. HAS ANNOUNCED PLANS TO introduce this year Intel-powered personal computers designed for schoolchildren through a five-year, $1-billion program that would initially cover 25 developing countries including the Philippines.
Called the classmate PC, the affordable yet fully functional laptops that run on Intel Celeron M processor is described as an education-oriented mobile computer, said Intel in a statement.
The Santa Clara, California-based company is making the move following successful volume shipments to Brazil and Mexico last year.
Intel said the classmate PCa personal learning assistant that …