The photo was taken from the OLPC and uploaded via the built-in web browser.
The OLPC doesn't come with a manual - and it doesn't really need one.
My son Thomas (age 12) just jumped in and started fooling with it.
It's dark here in Seattle during the winter, so I can't tell you what the display is like in bright sunshine, but it looks like it will be very nice, but that's just a guess from turning the brightness down.
The display has four pixels that are semi-stuck on.
It takes it awhile to hook up to WiFi. I had to enter the key four times before it "took". The icons are not obvious either - I had to look those up online from another computer.
Running lots of activities seems to bog it down.
It's pretty lightweight.
I'm looking forward to trying it out as an eBook reader with my draft of Nano-Plasm.
All in all, for a little more money than a DS Lite, it's a pretty bitchen machine, and we've only scratched the surface of what it can do.
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