Formerly known as the netbook, we're now hearing a nearly complete list of details for Intel's new mini-laptop.
"The 2go features an Intel Celeron M CPU on top of the 915GMS chipset, 512MB of RAM (upgradeable to 1GB), a 9-inch, 800 x 480 LCD display, 40GB hard drive, 802.11b/g, SD / MMC reader, and a full complement of standard ports and jacks. The systems natively run XP (though Linux appears to be an option), feature a VGA webcam, and are expected to go about three hours between full charges."
The 2go PC should be available in less than 2 months and is expected to cost about $400. With a price like that and specs like those, one might expect that more than just the education market to take interest.