Thursday, 15 December 2016

Kano kit for the Raspberry Pi was missing a leg, but already has it: get the screen

Kano kit for the Raspberry Pi was missing a leg, but already has it: get the screen

When a year ago Kano went on sale at last - after the successful campaign in Kicstarter - did to the delight of children and educators worldwide. The kit offered by this company allowed to quickly take advantage Raspberry Pi as one center of learning computer science and programming, but something was missing.

In this kit there was no screen, and the creators of Kano preferred that children would connect this mini computer keyboard to any monitor or television they could. Now they have decided to give an alternative, and made available to all users called Screen Kit, a screen that can actually be used not only as such, but that explains to children how to ride and what components have.

Kano kit for the Raspberry Pi was missing a leg, but already has it: get the screen

It is therefore one element of this educational project that now makes the Raspberry Pi can behave like a small laptop thanks to the presence of all the elements necessary to schedule and see the result of what we do at all times on screen thanks Kano interaction with OS, Linux edition created specifically for the project.

The 10.1 - inch display features Gorilla Glass protection, but also has programmable buttons and a manual almost of story that chronicled the history of the screens and explains how this device works with Kano. The Screen Kit is now available for 129.99 euros (curious, the amount is identical in dollars).

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