OLPC manufacturer to sell $200 laptop in developed countries

An Ars Technica article by Ryan Paul describes how Quanta, the company manufacturing the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project's XO laptops, plans to begin selling low-cost budget mobile computers for $200 later this year. I know I will be interested in purchasing one of these, hopefully with an adult-sized keyboard. Having similar hardware as the OLPC will also allow me to help that project in small ways, as well as providing me with a lower-cost laptop with features closer to what I need. The fact that it is an inexpensive laptop that is designed from the ground up to be lower-powered and run FLOSS is important to me.