Intel is the world's largest producer of the semiconductors and microprocessors found in most computers.

In the hands of over 5 million children in developing countries, the Second Generation Classmate PC is the most successful child's laptop in the world.

Research into laptop use in real classroom settings brought forth the idea of micro-mobility. Young students are almost always on the move: working at desks, collaborating in groups, moving between classrooms, and traveling between home and school. With an integrated handle and a drop-resistant casing, we hoped to make the computer as portable as a notebook and pencil.

Case Study: Learning from Children

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