The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project has torn up its roadmap and announced plans to deliver a new ultra-thin computer that it promises will finally break the $100 price barrier, reports PC Pro. Gone is the dual-screen XO 2 computer, which was scheduled for release in 2010. The twin-touchscreen device folded like a book, but never got any further than the prototype stage. In its place comes the ridiculously slender XO 3, which is described as a "single sheet of flexible plastic" that "will be unbreakable and without holes in it." Photos of the device show it being used...

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