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The 'Kano Computer Kit' Teaches Children How to Build a Computer from Scratch

 - Feb 29, 2016
References: us.kano.me & psfk
The 'Kano Computer Kit' is a DIY computer that children can build from scratch. In recent years, there has been a growing demand for products that teach children valuable technical skills. This kit not only teaches children how to build their own computer, but also how to code.

The Kano Computer Kit is a deconstructed computer powered by Raspberry Pi. The DIY computer kit comes with all the components necessary to assemble a working computer, including a brain, memory, screen and keyboard. In addition, each kit comes with stickers and decals that can be used to personalize the device. Once children have assembled the computer, they can use their machine to play games and watch coding tutorials.

As the company explains, the educational DIY project is designed "for the generation that wants to create technology – not just consume it."