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Brief Published: 13 Aug 2013

Fuseproject Launches XO Tablet


The XO Tablet by San Francisco-based Fuseproject is an evolution of the original One Laptop Per Child programme, designed to provide affordable educational technology for developing nations.

The compact tablet has a protective green rubber exterior and carry loop for easy handling. The tablet’s interface and hardware were designed simultaneously to ensure a cohesive user experience. XO’s colourful interface runs Android’s operating system and comes pre-loaded with more than 100 free games, apps and books. 

XO is currently the only multi-lingual (English/Spanish) Google-certified kids’ tablet. Already launched in the US, it can currently be bought at Walmart for $150. The tablet is also available in Uruguay, Cambodia and Barbados. 

As technology advances, it is vital that hardware design follows suit. Engineers and programmers must work in tandem with designers to create consumer electronics that blend form and function for a seamless experience. For more on this, see Stylus industry trend, Design Democracy: Integrate

XO Tablet