The One Laptop Per Child model 1.5, or OLPC XO-1.5, was released in 2010 and is the second version of the OLPC laptop.
== Device History and Identification == Released in 2010, the XO-1.5 laptops were targeted to younger children in developing countries in order to provide them with access to knowledge, experimentation, and exploration of ideas. Designed by the nonprofit organization One Laptop Per Child (OLPC), they claim that the device isn’t a typical laptop but instead a “sub notebook computer"- it utilizes flash memory instead of hard drive. Because this model contains more features than its predecessors [more responsive keyboard, larger flash storage, improved touch pad, faster charge, etc], its starting retail price was set at $300 (previous XO-1 was $199). A set of three dots on both sides of the hinge cover will identify the XO-1.5 laptop. The original model, the XO-1, doesn't have dots on the hinge cover. The third model, the XO-1.75, has seven dots on the hinge cover. == Device Specifications == '''Measurements:''' 242mm x 228mm x 32mm '''Weight:''' 1.32kg ~ 3lbs '''Viewing Area:''' 152.4mm x 114.3mm '''Configuration:''' Convertible laptop with free reversible display; dirt- and moisture-resistant system enclosure; no fan or cooling system. == Troubleshooting Page == See our [[OLPC XO-1.5 Troubleshooting|troubleshooting page]] to diagnose a problem with your XO-1.5 and find solutions. == '''Additional Information''' == [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Hardware_specification_1.5|OLPC Specifications for XO-1.5] [http://one.laptop.org/about/specs|Hardware specifications] [http://www.olpcnews.com/laptops/xo15/xo_laptop_gen_15_with_via_c7-m.html|News article about XO-1.5 Processor] [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OLPC_XO-1|Wikipedia page for XO-1 (not XO-1.5)]