The Next PC Revolution Will Be Televised


Business 2.0: It uses less power than a night-light and plugs into a TV. Best of all, as the first $100 computer, it’s affordable enough to propel the rest of the world into the digital age. The inside story of Novatium, an Indian start-up, that has plans to use broadband and bring computing to the next billion. more at Business 2.0


J Doe

Should it really be called a “revolution”? Thin clients have been in existence for a long time now. HP, Maxspeed, NCD and others have already been offering these…


Om, without a hard drive and without a broadband connection, how do you think product will suceed?
What kind of applications can you use it for? Because, besides using the internet, I think every application used on the computer requires saving on a HD. So what benefit is there to the user?

Also, is this really a $100 device? The way is see it,
$100 for the device + broadband + external harddrive because it seems non-functional at as a stand alone device.

Am i missing something here??

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