India is set to unveil the $10 laptop that will bridge the 'digital divide' in the country between rich and poor, known as Sakshat, which means before your eyes, as part of a national mission for education, according to reports.

The government will show off the prototype low cost 500 rupee (£7.25) laptop tomorrow at India time, after announcing the Tata Nano, the world's cheapest car £1,420 price and a £10 price for a phone.