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As a person inhabiting what is commonly called a developed country, the author is used to computers being a central part of the life. However, for less well-developed countries, the idea that the computer will be the universal device just doesn't sit well with the realities of daily life. At this stage, many countries just don't have the advanced infrastructure required for a full computing experience: they lack connectivity, hardware and software distribution networks and stable power.
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