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Rajesh Jain, managing director of Netcore Solutions and a pioneer of low-cost computing in India, said: 'You cannot even make a computer screen for US. The project was hit by problems when high profile electronics companies refused to get involved.
Meanwhile a supercomputer with the processing power of two million laptops is to be built by IBM for the US government to help manage its nuclear arsenal.
IBM estimates that the computing power of the Sequoia system will be greater than that of every one of the current systems on the Top 500 supercomputer rankings combined.
The system will be housed at the US Department of Energy's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California.
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Details of the Sakshat were announced at the launch of a new education programme.The £7 laptops will allow hundreds of thousands of students in India to access the internet The Indian government said the prototype could be ready within six months.However, computer experts are sceptical about whether a laptop could ever be that cheap - and how good it could be. Work on the credit crunch computer, known as the Sakshat, which means 'before your eyes', is taking place at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and the Indian Institute of Technology in Madras.India's higher education secretary R P Agrawal said: 'A lot of testing has to be done to ensure that the technology works properly.'Once the testing is over, the computers will be made available on a commercial basis.The target is to make it available in six months time.'Last year, India unveiled the world's cheapest car - the £1,450 Tato Nano. In Britain, the cheapest laptops available in the high street cost around £250.