I don’t care about creating the iPad killer. I care about the 3 billion people who can afford this device.
Tuli is the mastermind behind the world’s cheapest tablet computer, the Aakash 2, which has the potential to revolutionize educational access in the developing world. Tuli has a price target of $35 for his the device, even though it is selling for closer to $40 now. Even at the higher price Datawind has a backlog of “millions” of orders. “I care about the 3 billion people who can afford this device.”
- How is education broken?There are 300 million people who can’t read or write. Not because they’re not interested in it. They can’t afford it.
Suneet Singh Tuli
- Age: 44
- Headquarters: London, U.K.
- Favorite high school class: World Politics
- Fast fact: 61 million kids (global) are not in primary school.
- Website: ubislate.com
- Source: Forbes online