Computer kit manufacturer Kano who has already successfully provided a wide range of Raspberry Pi powered computer learning kits that allow you to build your very own computer and engage in programming and electronics. Has this week announced the launch of the new touchscreen Raspberry Pi computer kit which takes the form of the aptly named Kano Computer Kit Touch and is available today for $280. “Follow the book, build a touchscreen computer page-by-page, all by yourself. Touch the pieces, connect the board, buttons and bits. Learn how it works.”
Watch the video below to learn more about the touchscreen computer kit which includes everything you need to start creating your own games, art, music and programmes. The kits include over 100 creative challenges, games and stories the students to enjoy as well as a “Playground Mode” to learn new skills and over 600,000 creations made by the Kano community to help provide inspiration and projects to complete.
“Learn to code on a touchscreen computer you build yourself. 100+ step-by-step creative challenges and stories show you how. Make art, music, and games. Create with exclusive voice, and sound projects. Don’t just play Minecraft, hack it to do something new.”
For more information on the new Kano Computer Kit Touch jump over to the official website by following the link below. “Your first experience with computing and code should be simple, playful, and powerful.” said Alex Klein, Co-Founder and CEO of Kano. “The Computer Kit Touch takes the experience of building your own computer to a new level, by revealing the secrets of touch interaction. Combining block based and text based coding, it shows you how modern computing systems work. It gets you inside the screen, rather than just in front of it, and provides a set of art, music, and programming tools – not just toys.”
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