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The One Laptop Per Child project is bringing back its two-for-one deal on its low-cost laptop and has tapped Amazon.com to handle its Give One, Get One program, launched initially last year, CNET reports. Through the program, anyone can pay for two XO laptops; one is shipped to the buyer, and the other is sent to a child in a developing nation. The program will run from late November to late December this year. An OLPC official told PC World the group is working with Amazon because the nonprofit just doesn't have enough manpower to handle the program.
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