OLPC (one laptop per child) Video
From the '60 Minutes' archive: The expectation of the One Laptop per Child project is that the children themselves will handle all of the repairs for the laptops. (Originally aired May 20, 2007)
From the "60 Minutes" archive: Lesley Stahl talks with Nicholas Negroponte on how the One Laptop per Child program and the idea of "ownership" has empowered children around the world. (Originally aired May 20, 2007)
At CES 2012 Eric Franklin takes a look at the new XO 3.0 tablet from OLPC, One Laptop Per Child.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the Envy HW: 201 laptop computer with backstage crew member Doug Platz. This heavy notebook has all the tricks needed for gamers.
This gamers' laptop comes with a Blu-ray burner. We take a look at it at CES 2007.
From the "60 Minutes" archive: Lesley Stahl and Nicholas Negroponte visit with children in Brazil who are experimenting with his One Laptop Per Child laptops. (Originally aired May 20, 2007)
From the '60 Minutes' archive: Lesley Stahl talks with MIT professor Nicholas Negroponte, the founder of the non-profit One Laptop Per Child. (Originally aired May 20, 2007)
At CES 2007, we take a look at the HP Pavilion tx1000. This laptop converts into a tablet that can be controlled with your fingertips and comes with a nice glossy screen, a remote control, and two headphone jacks.
At CES 2007, we take a look at this 17-inch Windows Vista game laptop that has two graphics cards combined to offer 1GB of video RAM.
CNET Download.com's Jessica Dolcourt interviewed Khaled Hassounah, a regional director for Nicholas Negroponte's One Laptop Per Child project. Hassounah, the Mideast/Africa regional head of the project, is one of three technologists profiled in CNET News.com's series "Engineering change." Speaking from CNET's studio, he explains why he hopes to place 2 million laptops into the hands of children in his region.