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XO-3 was a tablet/e-book reader intended to be developed under the One Laptop per Child initiative. It was planned to have a tablet computer form factor over the canceled dual-screen design concept of the XO-2. The inner workings were those of the XO 1.75  together with the same ARM processor.
The XO-3 featured an 8-inch 4:3 1024 x 768-resolution display and used a Marvell Technology Group Marvell Armada PXA618  SoC. The XO-3 was intended to feature innovative charging options such as a hand crank or a solar panel.
The XO-3 tablet was planned to be released in 2012 for a target price below $100. The XO-3 and accompanying solar cell & handcrank power options were demoed at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January, 2012 as shown on BBC News technology programme Click.
- "XO-3 concept design is here!", December 24, 2009
- ARMADA 618, Marvell Technology Group website
- "OLPC XO 3.0 tablet to debut at CES: 8-inch configurable with Pixel Qi display and Android starting under $100", Jan 7, 2012
- Cieslak, Marc (January 11, 2012). "CES 2012: One Laptop per Child gets tablet makeover". BBC. Retrieved January 29, 2012.
- "OLPC cancels XO-3 tablet, downplays need for new hardware". Network World.
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