The system will support 3G and 4G networks, along with Wi-Fi, and it has SIM card support. There is an Intel Atom chip, and a 320GB hard disk. The SOL can support 2GB to 4GB of memory.
There's really not much mark-up on the system, said Snir.
"We really want to get Africa connected and we really want to help developing countries," he said. "We're not out to make a huge amount for money from our laptops."
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