BlankPage is confident that people in emerging and developing countries will gain wider access to cost-effective computers in the foreseeable future, through significant falls in the costs of hardware.
This will rectify the current unequal sharing of access to “information” as an educational resource. Software programs, available on the market, are often unsuitable for application on such cheap computers. For example, inefficient programming increases electricity consumption and reduces data transfer capacity, while unintuitive browsing can also result in greater difficulty of use. These are crucial factors, especially in developing and emerging countries.