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Endless Is Building a Computer for the Developing World

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(Reviewed.com) – I don’t know you, but I’m willing to bet that you own some sort of computer, whether it’s a desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. (If not, how are you even reading this? Just hanging out at the public library?) I’m also willing to bet you take their ubiquity for granted. I sure do, and they’re how I make a living.

In the rest of the world, though, they’re not quite so ubiquitous. Of the 7 billion people on the planet, only about 15 percent actually own a computer. So what if there were a way to provide those billions with affordable access to PCs? How many businesses could you help? How many lives could you change?

A new Kickstarter-backed project believes it can help make that happen. Endless is an affordable, stylish personal computer with a simple, smartphone-style operating system. Crucially, it comes with an HDMI cable, so owners can use their TV as a monitor.

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