You misunderstood me.
I am not talking about a single unit being built in someones basement, the idea is to create a complete computer set, ready for mass production (as in more than 1k units/batch) in cooperation with LCD manufacturer.
Another option (from a negotiation standpoint, result would be essentially the same) is to try to get one (or more) to introduce new line of LCDs with R-Pi built-in. "Can be used alone as a fully functional computer" would get them a few sales for sure.
Just as R-Pi is a $25-35 computer this would be a ~$120 complete computer set with display, storage and input devices – no extra purchases necessary. Unbox it, plug the included keyboard, mouse and power cord and you're ready to go. It seems to be the next logical step after R-Pi B.
It might even be a real alternative to OLPC in some cases.