The Indian government has been talking about a new low-cost laptop for education for some time now, and announced yesterday that it was almost ready for production. Supposedly the computer, called Sakshat, will be available for students for just $10, despite the fact that all the individual parts going into it’s production cost more than $10 a piece to produce (even when they’re being produced specifically to be inexpensive). Other reports have the computer costing anywhere from $20-$100, so there’s no telling what the price tag will be when it actually launches. No one has really seen a spec sheet for the device either, so there’s a pretty decent chance it might not exist at all… [via ArsTechnica]