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Slow shipments irk buyers of One Laptop Per Child devices

Priority was to send to poor nations, not American consumers

By Hiawatha Bray
Globe Staff / February 2, 2008

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A bid by the One Laptop Per Child Foundation, OLPC, in Cambridge to sell low-cost laptops to Americans has stumbled. Thousands of buyers are still waiting for the $200 computers months after purchasing them. (Full article: 550 words)

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