Introducing the OLPC XO-1 laptop. Our intrepid Linux user is getting acquainted with the machine.
Despite the simple looking GUI (dubbed Sugar), the OLPC XO-1 is a true Linux system at heart.
Testing the mesh networking capabilities of the XO-1. One XO-1 hooked onto a wireless network can mesh with other XO-1s in the vicinity, stretching quite far out and allowing everyone to get online.
The XO-1 is very small and compact, light enough to hold in one hand! That's myself running a few commands at the terminal.
It wouldn't be complete without a shot of the XO-1 browser (based on the Gecko rendering engine) browsing the NYLUG homepage. :)
Ron checks out the system for himself. The XO-1 is based on Fedora 7 (from what uname -a gave us), so we're wondering if we can make some RPMs to run on it.
A couple of NYLUGers checking out the features of the XO-1. The Sugar GUI is heavily Python-based, which was very appropriate for our workshop. :)
For size comparison's sake, the XO-1 and a Nokia 770 Internet tablet, along with the obligatory screenshot of Slashdot.
Not the best quality image (my cell phone camera sucks :-); the XO-1 next to an Asus Eee PC. Quite the tiny pair!