The simplified Inveneo computer, a computer for rural areas, designed in Uganda, costs about $300(sh530,000). Its central processing unit is half the size of an ordinary Bible. The computer is powered by a motorcycle-size battery.[1]

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  • Inveneo (California-based development organization)

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. The Inveneo is reportedly designed by the Minister of State for Information and Communication Technology, Alintuma Nsambu, together with an American, Mark Summer. Uganda designs computers for rurals, New Vision Online, 29th March, 2007.

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