Kenyan IT firm Stonehouse has launched its ‘Solar Classroom in a Box’ system to enable schools in off-grid regions to access low voltage solar-powered computers for learning. Made by UK-based computer manufacturer Aleutia, the Solar Classroom in a Box system includes a steel-coated 6 GB RAM computers, weighing 0.9kg and only 20 by 18 by 3.5cm in size. The computers come with open source education software.The system also allows ten computer stations to run up to eight hours per day, and can operate even in dusty conditions thanks to the steel casing.
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