The World's First $99 Laptop Debuts Cherrypal Africa

Thursday, December 17, 2009

We've been hearing about the "$100 laptop"--a no-frills, low-power portable that meets the educational needs of children in developing nations--for a few years now. But no product has materialized--at least not at the $100 price point--until now. Cherrypal has launched a $99 portable, the Cherrypal Africa, a "mini-netbook" built to bring Internet access to the world's poor.

At just $99, the new 7” Cherrypal Africa is one of the best buys in the world of electronics. Created with developing countries in mind, the Africa is our latest step toward closing the “digital divide”, and we’re extremely proud of this achievement. Whether you live in Ghana or Texas, the Cherrypal Africa is right for you!

Based on an 400 MHz processor, the “big enough” Africa is powerful enough to do what you need it to. From browsing the Internet to word processing, the Africa runs Windows CE and is the perfect size to take anywhere. Where do you want to go?  

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