The second-generation classmate PCs were built on Intel Celeron M-processor with 802.11b/g Wi-Fi and mesh network capabilities. The top range of these netbooks includes a nine-inch LCD screen, six-cell battery life, 512 MB memory, a 30 GB HDD (Hard Disk Drive) storage and an integrated webcam. An Intel powered classmate PC supports Microsoft Windows XP and variants of the Linux operating environment. When pre-installed with the education software stack, these netbooks were ideal for classroom-learning environment. Software and content would be available in more than eight languages, the release added.