If you spent three years building a computer for emerging markets, what would it look like? It would be as simple as a tablet. It would have apps for the things people care about most, like education, health and livelihood. It would work well without an internet connection. At its core, it would understand that lives in emerging markets are unique, and that technology there should be too. This is Endless.
for the entire world
5 billion people live without computers.
Let’s change that.
You already have a monitor.
Turn your TV
into a computer
No computer monitor? No problem. With Endless, you can use any TV with an HDMI or VGA input as a monitor.
Powerful with & without internet
Endless comes with a browser for when you have internet. If your internet goes down, or you don’t have access, Endless comes preloaded with a full encyclopedia, educational lectures, recipes, health information, and over 100 other apps that work well without an internet connection.
How Endless Works
Easy to use
As simple as a tablet.
As powerful as a PC.
Comes with all the basics
Complete office suite.
Browser. Music. Video.
Filled with Apps
Over 100 apps.
Never buy anti-virus software again.
Because everyone deserves...
A computer means more than entertainment and communication. It is opportunity. It provides access to education for kids and young adults. Apps to make resumes and manage personal finances. Apps so you can be a more productive farmer. So you can eat healthier and be fitter. Endless is designed to unlock the potential in all of us.
See what Endless means
to a woman living in Rio's largest slum.
Feel the impact
on this farmer’s world.
Connect with this couple and
hear how they connect.
Cleber owns an internet café on one of the highest points in Rocinha. Seven years ago he was working as a receptionist, uninspired after eight years of the same job.Read more
Letícia is 15 years old. She lives in Rocinha with her grandmother and their dog, Lady. Their house is small. There is one bedroom and a living room, where an old laptop stands out among the stark concrete walls. There is no TV, no radio, not even a picture on the wall. There is only one window, a small sofa, a noisy ceiling fan, and the computer on a desk.Read more
Michele is 31 years old. She owns and operates a beauty shop near the entrance to Rocinha. She has tough competition. When we go to visit, we pass over ten beauty shops on the way to her salon.Read more
Omaira describes her hometown of Salama as a place of limited opportunity. Her father was unemployed for several years before finding a job as a security guard in Guatemala City, 95 miles away, when Omaira was 4 years old. Omaira’s mother worked full-time as a policewoman, so Omaira helped cook, clean, and manage household expenses.Read more
At 15 years old, Vitória is, without any exaggeration, a brilliant teenager. She won her laptop in a competition where top public school students in Rio de Janeiro competed to win 5 computers.Read more
Weelise considers himself a dreamer. He’s 29 and has two children; Beatrice is 8 and Davi is 3. Weelise lives at home with his family and his children live with their mother’s family. He can’t afford a place of his own.Read more