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Infinity is a not-for-profit modular laptop and tablet for education

The Infinity is a modular laptop designed by a not-for-profit in order to educate children

Chris Smith | Dec 7, 2015 at 3:31 am CST (0 mins, 54 secs time to read)

Designed through not-for-profit organization 'One Education' by CEO Rangan Srikhanta and his staff, this brand new product is called the Infinity and it's a modular laptop (or tablet) designed for educational purposes.

Aimed at school-aged children, you can find Infinity on IndieGoGo, aiming to reach an overall goal of $50,000. Currently sitting at $18,452 funded thanks to 76 backers with 33 days remaining, a donation of $269 will earn one of these products for yourself.

Set up primarily as an educational tool, Srikhanta has allowed people to purchase a "Give One, Get One" pack, charging $499 for users to receive a device themselves while donating the other to a needy child. Running on Linux, Windows or Android, you can pick one up for yourself or a child in need here.

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Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 08:30 pm CDT

NEWS SOURCE:indiegogo.com
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