Seeking to extend the use of personal computers in developing nations, chip maker Intel Corp. on May 3 unveiled its own design for a mobile PC that is intended to provide affordable collaborative learning environments for teachers and students around the world.

Intel Chief Executive Paul Otellini said the $400 machines--code-named "Eduwise"--will feature built-in wireless capabilities and will be able to run Microsoft Corp.'s Windows or the Linux operating system.

"What we want to do is accelerate to uncompromised technology for everyone in the world," Otellini said during a demonstration at the World


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