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New Kano Computer Kit (Based on Raspberry Pi) Now Available $150 USD

I had seen mention of this computer kit a while ago on Kickstarter, but it looks like they are now on sale at Amazon, Toys R Us and Barnes and Noble for $150 USD.

These kits are designed to be highly kid friendly and give them an introduction into the world of computers, technology and coding your own projects. Sure, you can buy a Raspberry Pi and all these components on your own, but the convenience of purchasing this kit, along with the designed activities might make it a little easier for you (and your kids) to get started immediately.

New Kano Computer Kit (Based on Raspberry Pi) Now Available $150 USD

New Kano Computer Kit (Based on Raspberry Pi) Now Available $150 USD

About the Product

  • A computer anyone can make. With simple steps and a storybook, build your own computer and bring it to life. For ages 6-106.
  • With playful projects and challenges you'll learn to code art, music, apps, games and more.Includes everything you need.
  • Raspberry Pi 3, case, speaker, wireless keyboard, memory, HDMI and power cables, coding challenges, and stickers!
  • Connect to any HDMI screen, or buy the Kano Screen Kit.Award-winning (Family Choice Award, Webby Award, Red Dot Award, Cannes Gold Lions).

Get your Kano Computer Kit today from Amazon.com

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