Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> "Professor Negroponte predicts there could be 100 million to 150 million
> shipped every year by 2007."
Well, supposedly he wants to sell not directly to the consumer (who could
not afford a $100 anything) but to their governments; he would sell in bulk
and they would distribute the laptop.
Therefore, it's more like an all-or-nothing deal. Either governments will
sign on to buy the thing, or not.
> Could this be realistic?
It's all hit-or-miss.
I'm calling the $100 Laptop a hit.