Does ANYONE from OLPC read these forums or are they hiding behind the "it's a non-profit" shield and refusing to fix the keyboards as I've read on this forum?
Sounds very obnoxious, I read the certifications for the hardware on another page on the site, well, if someone certified these as passed inspection, they should have lost their jobs.
Seriously, this is like buying a car and the wheels fall off and the manufacturer says, sorry you drove it, so it's your fault.
Someone posted they'd wait until OLPC sells a better keyboard, that's not acceptable.
OLPC should own up that the design is flawed, recall the laptops, replace ALL of them, EAT THE COST, and resend them out.
They're still shipping thousands of these flawed machines. Without a keyboard, the laptop is useless.
OLPC, you listening, FIX THE KNOWN HARDWARE ISSUE YOU RELEASED THESE BROKEN MACHINES WITH.
Is it worth exploring legal options?