Kano Computer Kit Touch – Make your own tablet

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.

Product Features

  • All in one box. Step-by-step book, 10.1′” Hd Screen, Raspberry Pi 3, battery, DIY speaker, wireless Keyboard, case and stand, memory, 3 USB ports, HDMI and power cables, sound sensor, stickers, Kano unique operating system.
  • Learn to code with 100+ Creative challenges and stories
  • Make art, games and music. Hack Minecraft to do something new
  • Play with Google’s song Maker. Browse the internet, watch YouTube, write stories, 100+ apps.
  • Endless play with Kano world. Remix 500, 000+ creations made by the Kano community.
  • For ages 6+. No technical knowledge required. Includes lifetime care and 1 Year Warranty.

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3 Responses to Kano Computer Kit Touch – Make your own tablet

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow, what a kit! My nephew loved this starter kit. As most kids nowadays, he is glued to technology. As opposed to giving him a phone or tablet to play on, surf YouTube, etc, it was much more rewarding to see him figure out how to build his own. The instructions were very easy to follow with lots of pictures, that he needed little guidance. He is almost 7, though very bright for his age. Once it was up and running we had a blast fiddling with the settings and games! There are plenty of fun and educational…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I bought this kit as birthday gift for my nephew (6), and he has been coding non-stop! The instruction manual was very clear, and he was able to assemble his computer completely on his own. He’s already completed about 30 activities and my sister-in-law is very happy to see him getting screen time that engages him in a positive way. The touch screen has also been great. I bought an earlier kit for a friend’s daughter, but there’s a whole new set of activities related to the touch screen that I…

  3. Anonymous says:

    The thing seemed easy enough to assemble, after I turned it on it went about halfway through its startup routine. “Type cd rabbithole” etc, then the screen just went inexplicably black.I checked all the wires, everything was seated, and then rebooted. It came back, got a little further along, then went black again. I tried swapping cables, looking for a short in one. Nothing. I reimaged the sd card with the software on their website. Nothing.At that point I reached out…

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