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Africa's first homegrown tablet computer has gone on sale. Conceived in Africa by a Congolese inventor, it's called the Way-C, meaning "starlight" in a dialect of northern Congo. It was built in China, and cost just 170,000 dollars to bring from the design stage to the shop floor.

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