More Jobs, Cheaper Computers

First all the Tech Jobs have been headed there, and now they are having a
Computer Revolution

BANGALORE, India (AP) – A cheap handheld computer, designed by Indian scientists for use by the poor, is now available for $220 after a delay of nearly three years.

Simputer’s software was developed by volunteers, to keep development costs low, said Swami Manohar, chief executive of Picopeta Simputers, which is one of two companies licensed to make the devices.

To add insult to injury and Microsoft products cost more and are also delayed by three years.

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