Ugh, (The Professional Geek in me is cringing)
If this made it into the major US Markets (like e-Machines did) this will wreak havok on Support Centers all over the world.
I'm all for cheap and easy computing, but the danger comes when a not-so-savvy user tries to use one of these things in a more high-end environment.
"What do you mean you don't support the SolarLite? I bought this computer to do my home movie video rendering, and I bought your software to do it. You will help me get it working!"
(Yes, this kind of thing happens.)
Well, with all due respect, I have Emachines desktops for years, and they have actually given me less problems then my Moms high end Dell, and a friends Gateway. Then again, I know what I am doing with it, especially for upgrades, and taking care of the hardware and software.
Not sure about $100 PC, even if it is super basic. I spent $800 on an Averatec 3225, and this puppy is killer.
"The minimum order quantity for the SolarLite is 100,000 units. "
Not exactly a cost effective alternative to buying one e-Machines PC or even a Dell, dude.