The problem in Gaza is not lack of books. It has a fundamentalist
There is strict control by the Hamas religious authorities (similar to
the Taliban in Afghanistan) which monitor and censure knowledge.
That is the real obstacle that kids seeking education in Gaza are
facing today and it is not solved by a nice tablet.
Be that as it may, other than the intoxicating smell of a freshly
printed book, it makes perfect sense to push lightweight tablets to
developing countries as well as industrialized countries.
I wonder though if developing countries have the facilities to safely
dispose of broken tablets containing toxic chemicals?