A Litl Masterpiece

Too many whistles and bells can be… well, noisy. John Chuang, founder of litl, decided to skip all the noise and create a simple, minimalist device for accessing the Internet. The appliance, called the webbook, makes it easy to surf the Web, check e-mail, view photos, and access cloud applications such as Google Apps, Flickr, Facebook and Twitter. John and his team created their own operating system and a user interface that’s engineered for online — since that’s where the majority of our personal computing activity occurs these days. The inspiration came from John, who noticed a disconnect between how his family and friends were using their computers and how their devices were designed. Focusing exclusively on internet applications meant litl could streamline how its webbook runs and is maintained. You don’t have to worry about managing files, keeping your virus protection up to date, or backing up your data. All the content you access (photos, messages, music) is stored online, not on the device itself. When litl publishes a security patch or releases a new feature, the system is automatically updated overnight. Litl’s sleek hardware design is head-turning — literally. You can pivot the webbook screen until it stands like an easel for a hands-free way to view photos, check recipes or listen to a webcast. You can also plug it into an HD television and use litl’s remote control to flip through your favorite online TV shows. Litl won an astounding three IDEA awards from the Industrial Design Society of America. One is for the webbook’s sleek hardware design; the second is for its streamlined operating system (Daily Grommet’s Anthony helped write the application code); and the third is for its minimalist packaging, which is made from recyclable paper with no plastics or foams.

litl

webbook

A Litl Masterpiece

Too many whistles and bells can be… well, noisy. John Chuang, founder of litl, decided to skip all the noise and create a simple, minimalist device for accessing the Internet. The appliance, called the webbook, makes it easy to surf the Web, check e-mail, view photos, and access cloud applications such as Google Apps, Flickr, Facebook and Twitter. John and his team created their own operating system and a user interface that’s engineered for online — since that’s where the majority of our personal computing activity occurs these days. The inspiration came from John, who noticed a disconnect between how his family and friends were using their computers and how their devices were designed. Focusing exclusively on internet applications meant litl could streamline how its webbook runs and is maintained. You don’t have to worry about managing files, keeping your virus protection up to date, or backing up your data. All the content you access (photos, messages, music) is stored online, not on the device itself. When litl publishes a security patch or releases a new feature, the system is automatically updated overnight. Litl’s sleek hardware design is head-turning — literally. You can pivot the webbook screen until it stands like an easel for a hands-free way to view photos, check recipes or listen to a webcast. You can also plug it into an HD television and use litl’s remote control to flip through your favorite online TV shows. Litl won an astounding three IDEA awards from the Industrial Design Society of America. One is for the webbook’s sleek hardware design; the second is for its streamlined operating system (Daily Grommet’s Anthony helped write the application code); and the third is for its minimalist packaging, which is made from recyclable paper with no plastics or foams.

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Annie
    Annie

    We're so excited to share the litl webbook on the Daily Grommet. At litl, we believe computers work for you - not the other way around. So we created the litl webbook as an easy-to-use, maintenance free computer for the home. Check out the Daily Grommet's video and description, and then stop back here if you have any more questions. I'll be around all day to discuss the product!

  • Kate
    Kate
    9/17/2010 12:35 PM

    This looks great. Is there a video camera and mic to be able to Skype?

  • Tara
    Tara
    9/17/2010 12:36 PM

    maybe a stupid question.. but does it come with internet access (like a kindle)?

    Or do you use wi-fi or a broadband card? I watched the video and didn't see anything about how to actually get online.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/17/2010 12:41 PM

    @Tara - the litl uses wifi to connect to the web, so anywhere you can get a wifi signal (your home, hotels, wifi hotspots), you will be able to get online with litl.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/17/2010 12:42 PM

    @Kate - Thanks! There is a video camera and mic, however no video chatting yet. It's something we're working on though and hope to release it soon!

  • Valerie
    Valerie
    11/30/2010 3:26 PM

    @Annie: If/when you add a video chatting feature to this, will it be something that can be retrofitted to the current product? Or will I need to buy a new litl webbook?

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    12/1/2010 1:50 PM

    @Valerie Flowe: All updates that we make to the litl webbook are automatic and free of charge.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    9/17/2010 12:57 PM

    @Tara - there are absolutely no stupid questions!! Especially where computers are concerned.

    There are so many details for many of our products that it's hard to convey everything within the story. There is a separate 'Detail' area which you can access under the story where it says 'Show Grommet Details'. For this Grommet that is where you will find additional technical information.

  • Timo
    Timo
    9/17/2010 1:07 PM

    Wow! This is soo cool! I love that's its so simple and it looks super easy to use!

  • Joseph
    Joseph
    9/17/2010 1:23 PM

    This seems like a great idea and a decent alternative to a Tablet. I am wondering if it supports memory expansion, having the HDMI port is fantastic but particularly useful with only 2 gigs of onboard storage.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/17/2010 1:31 PM

    @Joseph - the webbook is great plugged into the TV - especially for streaming videos on the big screen from places like hulu.com. There is no memory expansion - but there are many options for watching HD video and listening to music the cloud.

  • Alta
    Alta
    9/17/2010 3:24 PM

    My dad is vision impaired and likes to listen to audiobooks.

    Does it have speaker port? And Navigating typical computer is difficult. Can the screen be configured to show only the icon for audible.com.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/17/2010 3:33 PM

    @Alta - Thanks for your question! The webbook does have a speakers and a headphone jack. Our operating system would be perfect for your dad - you could have an audible.com card always on the screen, so your dad could click and go right to the site. We also have a great NPR podcast card which he might enjoy as well!

  • Kathryn Rue
    Kathryn Rue
    9/17/2010 4:57 PM

    What would a consumer be giving up by purchasing the webbook instead of the iPad?

  • John
    John
    9/17/2010 7:13 PM

    what advantages does this have over a netbook, which you can get for the same price or as much as $100.00 less?

  • Desmond
    Desmond
    9/17/2010 8:13 PM

    Brilliant design. Well done!

  • Jessica
    Jessica
    9/17/2010 11:16 PM

    How well does it stream video, such as Netflix or Hulu, when connected to your television?

    I am in love with potentially using this as a way to not only connect to my TV or use to keep pictures on view, to also use as a recipe "binder" that can be quickly packed up or retrieved no matter where I am. Wonderful idea on the easel function!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    9/18/2010 8:54 AM

    These are great questions! Annie will be back on Monday to answer them so please continue to post any questions you have. Thanks for visiting Daily Grommet today.

  • Mark
    Mark
    9/18/2010 10:46 PM

    My girlfriend needs to use an iris camera with her computer in her practice. Can the Litl accommodate this? Thanks.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/19/2010 11:11 AM

    @kathryn The webbook has a lot of advantages - one of the first you notice is the full size keyboard - which a lot of people prefer to touchscreen typing. This means that you can use the webbook for both correspondance (on email, facebook, etc.) as well as for the fun gaming and apps.

    The litl webbook is also built on the web - meaning that if you ever want to upload digital photos online - it's as simple as plugging in your camera and clicking a button. Then you can access those photos from anywhere - they don't just live on one device. Same with docs, emails, etc.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/19/2010 11:18 AM

    @ John Thank you for your question! The webbook is unlike netbooks which typcially run on a heavy windows operating system. We've built a custom operating system designed to get you to the best of the web without worrying about files, folders, and updates. In fact, we send you the latest and greatest software and channels automatically so you don't have to do annoying and complicated installations.

    We've also built (and are constantly building!) ways for you to enjoy online photos, rss feeds, weather, and great video content in fun, new, and convenient ways. Add to that awesome industrial design, a drool-worthy screen, and full size keyboard, and it's an easy choice!

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/19/2010 11:19 AM

    @ DJP Thanks! I'll pass it on to our design team!

  • Daniel
    Daniel
    9/19/2010 4:03 PM

    This looks great in so many ways! The main thing that concerns me is your apparently strong ties to Adobe and Flash. Flash is proprietary, and has been a major source of security problems. I hope very strongly that you will follow the HTML5 standard, and join Google and Mozilla in the goal of making web apps portable everywhere.

  • Anthony
    Anthony – Grommet Team
    9/20/2010 9:05 AM

    @Dan The litl browser is Chromium which is what Google Chrome is based on so it fully supports the HTML5 standard.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/20/2010 10:21 AM

    @jesusita Thanks! You can stream hulu movies and we're working on getting netflix to work as well. It's super easy to plug in the webbook and watch movies or youtube videos in HD! A lot of people love litl for the recipe channel too - the easel is great in the kitchen!

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/20/2010 10:22 AM

    @Mark I'm not sure if that would work - if there is a simple USB upload function on the Iris - no problem, it will work great with litl. However, if the camera requires you to download special software to see/analyze the photos - then that would not work.

  • Sue Peltier
    Sue Peltier
    9/28/2010 2:17 PM

    I have a friend with a spinal cord injury-using a laptop now, but her fine motor skills are not great so typing is very time consuming key by key. Do you think the litl would be easier for her? Does it have a microphone that would support Dragonspeak or a similar program?.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    9/29/2010 1:00 AM

    @Sue - I have been in contact with Jordan at Litl and he says "We cannot support Dragonspeak right now, but we're hard at work building new features and new channels to improve your experience with litl."

    Thank you for posting!

  • Molly
    Molly
    11/29/2010 11:42 PM

    I've been looking at the computer and wondering if it would be a good item to order for my classroom. Is wi-fi the only way to connect to the internet? I'm asking because I don't think my school is wi-fi ready. You said there was a headphone jack.. does this mean this jack could also serve a jack that supports 2-4 additional headphones. Do you have an educator discount?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    11/30/2010 1:22 AM

    @Molly : Annie - I have been in contact with Jordan and he says to let you know: "Lots to address in this post! You're definitely asking the right questions. The litl webbook connects to the Internet via Wi-Fi, although you can purchase an adapter for an ethernet connection. The same goes for an audio jack splitter. We don't currently offer an educational discount."

  • Anne Civitano
    Anne Civitano
    12/7/2010 8:59 PM

    Can it be used as a reader? (Does it use Kindle or any of the other reader apps?)

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    12/8/2010 11:17 AM

    @Anne Civitano: It does not currently have an e-reader device.

  • LlKoolk
    LlKoolk
    12/10/2010 3:06 PM

    399.99? U r kidding, right? You can get a fully loaded netbook that's more powerful and has more features and capabilities than most desktops for less.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    12/10/2010 3:43 PM

    @LlKoolk: Thank you for your perspective. The litl webbook has delivered a simplified approach to how we access the Internet and it does it with a thoughtful design. It also has an HDMI interface so what's on the little screen can live on the big screen. Its design bends over backwards and can live stylishly on a table delivering you pictures or the time or the weather at the twist of a wheel. It's maintenance free. The bottom line is that price isn't always the bottom line!

  • Judith
    Judith
    12/16/2010 3:02 PM

    I run a small non-profit called addictionovercome.com and our sole purpose is to bring Christmas to the families of addicts (the MOST disappointed children in the USA for sure, who have been promised small notebook computers, and iPods, and such and never ever receive these items as "dad had an emergency with his truck, honey" or "i'm so sorry junior, but dad's bonus did not come in this year so we won't be able to honor our promise to you." These kids just do not believe that they will see us again after we bring in Thanksgiving and my daughter (14) covertly checks the kitchen to see if they are feeding their families (you'd be shocked at the number of people surviving on school lunches and top ramen) while I sit with kids and teens and have them fill out 3 lists: what I want, what I need, and what I'd like to get the other people in my family. I have to explain to them what a NEED is (shoes, a bed, sheets and blankets for the bed, school clothes and supplies) and a WANT (an iPod, a computer, a camera, etc).... And my daughter figured out PDQ that if they can't buy the kid an iPod, they're not going to have a computer to load music onto it, so she took over that job, of filling the iPods with music she thinks the child will enjoy and some Christmas tunes too. We are totally self-supporting and occasionally enjoy the generosity of companies like yours. We would LOVE to give your litl to about 3 kids this year who have never had their own access to the internet except at school. Please donate a few to us!!! see addictionovercome.com online and any of you reading are FREE to donate to us as we have had very few donations this year, but the need is greater than ever with meth exploding even in the small towns that used to be so safe.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    12/16/2010 4:43 PM

    @Judith Hillard: You are to be commended for all of the things you are doing for these kids. They must look at you as their own guardian angel! These computers need a wireless modem so if the families don't have computers with a wireless network, they will not be able to use them at their homes.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

litl

webbook

A Litl Masterpiece

Too many whistles and bells can be… well, noisy.

John Chuang, founder of litl, decided to skip all the noise and create a simple, minimalist device for accessing the Internet. The appliance, called the webbook, makes it easy to surf the Web, check e-mail, view photos, and access cloud applications such as Google Apps, Flickr, Facebook and Twitter. John and his team created their own operating system and a user interface that’s engineered for online — since that’s where the majority of our personal computing
activity occurs these days.

The inspiration came from John, who noticed a disconnect between how his family and friends were using their computers and how their devices were designed. Focusing exclusively on internet applications meant litl could streamline how its webbook runs and is maintained. You don’t have to worry about managing files, keeping your virus protection up to date, or backing up your data. All the content you access (photos, messages, music) is stored online, not on the device itself. When litl publishes a security patch or releases a new feature, the system is automatically updated overnight.

Litl’s sleek hardware design is head-turning — literally. You can pivot the webbook screen until it stands like an easel for a hands-free way to view photos, check recipes or listen to a webcast. You can also plug it into an HD television and use litl’s remote control to flip through your favorite online TV shows.

Litl won an astounding three IDEA awards from the Industrial Design Society of America. One is for the webbook’s sleek hardware design; the second is for its streamlined operating system (Daily Grommet’s Anthony helped write the application code); and the third is for its minimalist packaging, which is made from recyclable paper with no plastics or foams.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Annie
    Annie

    We're so excited to share the litl webbook on the Daily Grommet. At litl, we believe computers work for you - not the other way around. So we created the litl webbook as an easy-to-use, maintenance free computer for the home. Check out the Daily Grommet's video and description, and then stop back here if you have any more questions. I'll be around all day to discuss the product!

  • Kate
    Kate
    9/17/2010 12:35 PM

    This looks great. Is there a video camera and mic to be able to Skype?

  • Tara
    Tara
    9/17/2010 12:36 PM

    maybe a stupid question.. but does it come with internet access (like a kindle)?

    Or do you use wi-fi or a broadband card? I watched the video and didn't see anything about how to actually get online.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/17/2010 12:41 PM

    @Tara - the litl uses wifi to connect to the web, so anywhere you can get a wifi signal (your home, hotels, wifi hotspots), you will be able to get online with litl.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/17/2010 12:42 PM

    @Kate - Thanks! There is a video camera and mic, however no video chatting yet. It's something we're working on though and hope to release it soon!

  • Valerie
    Valerie
    11/30/2010 3:26 PM

    @Annie: If/when you add a video chatting feature to this, will it be something that can be retrofitted to the current product? Or will I need to buy a new litl webbook?

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    12/1/2010 1:50 PM

    @Valerie Flowe: All updates that we make to the litl webbook are automatic and free of charge.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    9/17/2010 12:57 PM

    @Tara - there are absolutely no stupid questions!! Especially where computers are concerned.

    There are so many details for many of our products that it's hard to convey everything within the story. There is a separate 'Detail' area which you can access under the story where it says 'Show Grommet Details'. For this Grommet that is where you will find additional technical information.

  • Timo
    Timo
    9/17/2010 1:07 PM

    Wow! This is soo cool! I love that's its so simple and it looks super easy to use!

  • Joseph
    Joseph
    9/17/2010 1:23 PM

    This seems like a great idea and a decent alternative to a Tablet. I am wondering if it supports memory expansion, having the HDMI port is fantastic but particularly useful with only 2 gigs of onboard storage.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/17/2010 1:31 PM

    @Joseph - the webbook is great plugged into the TV - especially for streaming videos on the big screen from places like hulu.com. There is no memory expansion - but there are many options for watching HD video and listening to music the cloud.

  • Alta
    Alta
    9/17/2010 3:24 PM

    My dad is vision impaired and likes to listen to audiobooks.

    Does it have speaker port? And Navigating typical computer is difficult. Can the screen be configured to show only the icon for audible.com.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/17/2010 3:33 PM

    @Alta - Thanks for your question! The webbook does have a speakers and a headphone jack. Our operating system would be perfect for your dad - you could have an audible.com card always on the screen, so your dad could click and go right to the site. We also have a great NPR podcast card which he might enjoy as well!

  • Kathryn Rue
    Kathryn Rue
    9/17/2010 4:57 PM

    What would a consumer be giving up by purchasing the webbook instead of the iPad?

  • John
    John
    9/17/2010 7:13 PM

    what advantages does this have over a netbook, which you can get for the same price or as much as $100.00 less?

  • Desmond
    Desmond
    9/17/2010 8:13 PM

    Brilliant design. Well done!

  • Jessica
    Jessica
    9/17/2010 11:16 PM

    How well does it stream video, such as Netflix or Hulu, when connected to your television?

    I am in love with potentially using this as a way to not only connect to my TV or use to keep pictures on view, to also use as a recipe "binder" that can be quickly packed up or retrieved no matter where I am. Wonderful idea on the easel function!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    9/18/2010 8:54 AM

    These are great questions! Annie will be back on Monday to answer them so please continue to post any questions you have. Thanks for visiting Daily Grommet today.

  • Mark
    Mark
    9/18/2010 10:46 PM

    My girlfriend needs to use an iris camera with her computer in her practice. Can the Litl accommodate this? Thanks.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/19/2010 11:11 AM

    @kathryn The webbook has a lot of advantages - one of the first you notice is the full size keyboard - which a lot of people prefer to touchscreen typing. This means that you can use the webbook for both correspondance (on email, facebook, etc.) as well as for the fun gaming and apps.

    The litl webbook is also built on the web - meaning that if you ever want to upload digital photos online - it's as simple as plugging in your camera and clicking a button. Then you can access those photos from anywhere - they don't just live on one device. Same with docs, emails, etc.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/19/2010 11:18 AM

    @ John Thank you for your question! The webbook is unlike netbooks which typcially run on a heavy windows operating system. We've built a custom operating system designed to get you to the best of the web without worrying about files, folders, and updates. In fact, we send you the latest and greatest software and channels automatically so you don't have to do annoying and complicated installations.

    We've also built (and are constantly building!) ways for you to enjoy online photos, rss feeds, weather, and great video content in fun, new, and convenient ways. Add to that awesome industrial design, a drool-worthy screen, and full size keyboard, and it's an easy choice!

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/19/2010 11:19 AM

    @ DJP Thanks! I'll pass it on to our design team!

  • Daniel
    Daniel
    9/19/2010 4:03 PM

    This looks great in so many ways! The main thing that concerns me is your apparently strong ties to Adobe and Flash. Flash is proprietary, and has been a major source of security problems. I hope very strongly that you will follow the HTML5 standard, and join Google and Mozilla in the goal of making web apps portable everywhere.

  • Anthony
    Anthony – Grommet Team
    9/20/2010 9:05 AM

    @Dan The litl browser is Chromium which is what Google Chrome is based on so it fully supports the HTML5 standard.

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/20/2010 10:21 AM

    @jesusita Thanks! You can stream hulu movies and we're working on getting netflix to work as well. It's super easy to plug in the webbook and watch movies or youtube videos in HD! A lot of people love litl for the recipe channel too - the easel is great in the kitchen!

  • Annie
    Annie – Special Guest
    9/20/2010 10:22 AM

    @Mark I'm not sure if that would work - if there is a simple USB upload function on the Iris - no problem, it will work great with litl. However, if the camera requires you to download special software to see/analyze the photos - then that would not work.

  • Sue Peltier
    Sue Peltier
    9/28/2010 2:17 PM

    I have a friend with a spinal cord injury-using a laptop now, but her fine motor skills are not great so typing is very time consuming key by key. Do you think the litl would be easier for her? Does it have a microphone that would support Dragonspeak or a similar program?.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    9/29/2010 1:00 AM

    @Sue - I have been in contact with Jordan at Litl and he says "We cannot support Dragonspeak right now, but we're hard at work building new features and new channels to improve your experience with litl."

    Thank you for posting!

  • Molly
    Molly
    11/29/2010 11:42 PM

    I've been looking at the computer and wondering if it would be a good item to order for my classroom. Is wi-fi the only way to connect to the internet? I'm asking because I don't think my school is wi-fi ready. You said there was a headphone jack.. does this mean this jack could also serve a jack that supports 2-4 additional headphones. Do you have an educator discount?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    11/30/2010 1:22 AM

    @Molly : Annie - I have been in contact with Jordan and he says to let you know: "Lots to address in this post! You're definitely asking the right questions. The litl webbook connects to the Internet via Wi-Fi, although you can purchase an adapter for an ethernet connection. The same goes for an audio jack splitter. We don't currently offer an educational discount."

  • Anne Civitano
    Anne Civitano
    12/7/2010 8:59 PM

    Can it be used as a reader? (Does it use Kindle or any of the other reader apps?)

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    12/8/2010 11:17 AM

    @Anne Civitano: It does not currently have an e-reader device.

  • LlKoolk
    LlKoolk
    12/10/2010 3:06 PM

    399.99? U r kidding, right? You can get a fully loaded netbook that's more powerful and has more features and capabilities than most desktops for less.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    12/10/2010 3:43 PM

    @LlKoolk: Thank you for your perspective. The litl webbook has delivered a simplified approach to how we access the Internet and it does it with a thoughtful design. It also has an HDMI interface so what's on the little screen can live on the big screen. Its design bends over backwards and can live stylishly on a table delivering you pictures or the time or the weather at the twist of a wheel. It's maintenance free. The bottom line is that price isn't always the bottom line!

  • Judith
    Judith
    12/16/2010 3:02 PM

    I run a small non-profit called addictionovercome.com and our sole purpose is to bring Christmas to the families of addicts (the MOST disappointed children in the USA for sure, who have been promised small notebook computers, and iPods, and such and never ever receive these items as "dad had an emergency with his truck, honey" or "i'm so sorry junior, but dad's bonus did not come in this year so we won't be able to honor our promise to you." These kids just do not believe that they will see us again after we bring in Thanksgiving and my daughter (14) covertly checks the kitchen to see if they are feeding their families (you'd be shocked at the number of people surviving on school lunches and top ramen) while I sit with kids and teens and have them fill out 3 lists: what I want, what I need, and what I'd like to get the other people in my family. I have to explain to them what a NEED is (shoes, a bed, sheets and blankets for the bed, school clothes and supplies) and a WANT (an iPod, a computer, a camera, etc).... And my daughter figured out PDQ that if they can't buy the kid an iPod, they're not going to have a computer to load music onto it, so she took over that job, of filling the iPods with music she thinks the child will enjoy and some Christmas tunes too. We are totally self-supporting and occasionally enjoy the generosity of companies like yours. We would LOVE to give your litl to about 3 kids this year who have never had their own access to the internet except at school. Please donate a few to us!!! see addictionovercome.com online and any of you reading are FREE to donate to us as we have had very few donations this year, but the need is greater than ever with meth exploding even in the small towns that used to be so safe.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    12/16/2010 4:43 PM

    @Judith Hillard: You are to be commended for all of the things you are doing for these kids. They must look at you as their own guardian angel! These computers need a wireless modem so if the families don't have computers with a wireless network, they will not be able to use them at their homes.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.