Endless Mini

Proof that consumer tech can serve a more noble purpose

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The Endless Mini is a small, inexpensive PC designed for emerging markets. At just $79, this venture-funded project packs just enough computing power for basic tasks, as well as a suite of offline content such as popular Wikipedia articles. It's easy to use, comes with a package of preloaded apps, and even includes a composite output that allows users to connect an old TV to the Mini for use as a monitor.

The idea is to improve access to information in impoverished communities, even where internet access is limited or nonexistent—a noble goal.

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