Intel Corp. on April 2 unveiled new features for its line of low-cost laptops for schools, adding bigger screens and more data storage capacity as the chip maker ratchets up its rivalry with the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) organization, which sells a competing machine.


Intel's new Classmate PCs--slated to go on sale this month for between $300 and $500--reflect the company's growing efforts to sell computers equipped with its own chips to schools in developing countries, a battleground for technology companies because of the millions of people there

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