A DIY computer kit that's a fun, accessible computer science teacher
— By Tyler Falk on December 19, 2013, 10:14 AM PST
This kit seems like a fun way to become your own tech support provider. With time we have become more dependent on computers. This is why it is important to know the basics of fixing some glitches we face to avoid the wastage of time and money.
So it's basically for $99 it's a Pi making kit.
Might be nice if you list what you get, as Kano's website it big on an animation, but low on saying what you get, without doing some digging
1. Raspbery Pi 2. Keyboard/Touchpad, 3. Manual 4. Case 5. OS/Software 6. USB WiFi Dongle 7. HDMI cable 8. USB Mains Power 9. Speaker 10 Stickers 12. Skin's for the case.
I hope they succeed, but if Amazon do one, their market will evaporate over-night.