This startup lets kids build their own machine, then teaches how to code on it

Powered by Raspberry Pi, Kano Computer Kit, ‘the most-crowdfunded learning invention ever’ is a deconstructed computer children can assemble themselves, picking up valuable technical skills along the way.

Complete with a brain, memory, keyboard, Wi-Fi dongle and speaker, the device connects either to a ‘kano screen,’ separate computer screen or even a television, and comes with instructions for assembly. Once built, Kano teaches kids how to code, and encourages them to upload finished products to the web which the company showcases on their website.

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