OLPC's XO-3 tablet computer is still on track for 2012 release
Marvell's Moby tablet is currently being tested in "at risk" schools in the Washington area
The first of the collaborative tablets is likely to be based on Marvell's Moby reference design
The XO-3 will feature a touchscreen display and be lightweight and portable
A partnership has been announced that aims to give schoolchildren throughout the globe easier access to powerful tablet computer technology. One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) and the Marvell Technology Group have joined forces to create a family of educational tablets based on OLPC's OX-3 and Marvell's Moby reference designs. The coalition is aiming to show off its first product at next year's CES.
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