Intel to Sell Classmate PC in U.S., EuropeBy Reuters | Posted 2008-03-20 Email Print
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Sales of Intel's low-cost educational laptops will no longer be restricted to developing nations.
BOSTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters)—Intel Corp, the world's biggest computer chip maker, will soon expand its distribution of low-cost educational laptops to retail distributors in the United States and Europe, a company executive said on Wednesday.
Computer makers will start selling Intel-designed Classmate PCs in those markets for about $250 to $350, making them the latest super low-cost laptops to go on sale in the developed world, said Lila Ibrahim, general manager of Intel's emerging market platform's group.