The Government of Kenya is offering 1 million laptops to Kenyan university students thanks to a $114 million credit from the International Development Association (IDA). The One Million Computer Initiative also known as 'Wezesha' (a Swahili word that means 'to enable') is intended to increase access to the Internet and usage of computers, with all associated development impact benefits.
Neither the XO-1, XO-1.5, nor XO-HS computers will meet the required specs:
So while OLPC has designs on an older market with the XO-HS, it seems that Kenya will be buying laptops that pack more functionality. In fact, the "Good" specs map to the Classmate PC.
This is not necessarily bad news - OLPC hasn't targeted university students. And you could even put a positive spin on this announcement - proof that OLPC has done a yeoman's job in pushing the one laptop per student concept, and countries are adopting complete computer saturation as a means for educational advancement.
Update: Re-reading this post, I don't think I made the good news point as well as I could. I do really think its good for OLPC that Kenya is going for 1:1 saturation - proof that the olpc idea is catching on. And its good for OLPC that Kenya is not considering XO laptops for college students - its not the right computer for university-level learning and using the wrong ICT tool is as bad (or worse) than not using an ICT tool at all.