Senegal's 'first internet tablet cafe'


As part of a Google-funded pilot scheme, the owner of an internet cafe in Dakar has swapped all his PCs for tablets computers.

He says the batteries and mobile data connections the tablets use are a major advantage in a country which suffers frequent power cuts.

Lamine Nouriddine reports.

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