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Is there a need for a hardware challenge?

echurchechurch Los Angeles, CaliforniaPosts: 6 mod
In some instances, communities may get the software by downloading an app. In others, a dedicated learning device would be a preferred mode of delivery. We would love to see something that communities - especially in remote areas - could purchase that's a sort of hardware kit. Something like a pack of 5-10 tablets, a portable solar, and a small BRCK or other hotspot for enough accessibility for data, all at an affordable price. Especially for the affordability and durability aspects, is there a need for a hardware challenge? Or is it a matter of partnering with the right people?
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