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Kano Computer Kit 1000K-02 Walmart — YMMV $35

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Walmart [walmart.com] Clearance so YMMV

$150 Retail ~$80 on Amazon [amazon.com]

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STEM KIT for 6 - 14 years -learn to code-

https://kano.me/store/us/products/computer-kit

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  • LED RING
  • Raspberry Pi 3 Model B (not +)
  • USB Power adapter 2.5A
  • 8gb SD card
  • CASE
  • Wireless Keyboard/Mouse combo
  • HDMI/USB cables

The Rasberry Pi is worth $30 alone. Also had Pixel Kit $40 and Computer with Touch for a little over $100
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Missing Walmart link
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$69 everywhere around me.
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Neat toy, great price.

But kind of misleading name with 'make your own computer'. You basically plug the LED light into the pi and put the case on it. Hardly making your own computer. Just a normal raspberry pi with some code learning games on it
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where in the store would you find these? the toy section? electronics? This would be great for my grandson
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where in the store would you find these? the toy section? electronics? This would be great for my grandson
Electronics on the clearance shelve
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They also had the Kano "Pixel" kit for $20. Reps to OP!
(Also saw the Kano "Harry Potter" wand kit in same shelf, didn't price check it as I ran out of time as they were closing the electronics section off at 11pm)
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They also had the Kano "Pixel" kit for $20. Reps to OP!
(Also saw the Kano "Harry Potter" wand kit in same shelf, didn't price check it as I ran out of time as they were closing the electronics section off at 11pm)
The Harry Potter wand kit is $25 at my location.
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Neat toy, great price.

But kind of misleading name with 'make your own computer'. You basically plug the LED light into the pi and put the case on it. Hardly making your own computer. Just a normal raspberry pi with some code learning games on it
I would say that getting a RPI up and running properly is harder and more work than building your garden variety desktop PC. It's stupid easy to build a w10 system these days.

You don't even need a screwdriver of philips anymore.
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I would say that getting a RPI up and running properly is harder and more work than building your garden variety desktop PC. It's stupid easy to build a w10 system these days.

You don't even need a screwdriver of philips anymore.
No way. You plug in the led thing, you clamp the case on and then you plug in power/keyboard/video. The "computer" is the PI it itself comprises of 1 piece, nothing to build.

The OS is pre loaded. I guess maybe you might have to stick the SD card in the thing... I guess you could stretch that out to technically be part of building...

It's as much work as buying a pre-made Dell desktop and setting it up on your desk. The computer is there and built already, you just plug in the peripherals.

Building a PC doesn't even require a screwdriver? Wtf are you smoking? You're telling me motherboards come with thumb screws or some shit? Your PSU isn't screwed down? Gtf outta here with your nonsense.

Build a computer, install:
Motherboard (with a screwdriver...)
PSU (with a screwdriver...)
Hard drive(s), disk drive(s) (optional), (probably using a screwdriver, but maybe not depending on the case)
RAMM
CPU (carefully, with thermal paste)
CPU cooling (your again probably using a screwdriver if it's liquid cooled)
GPU (usually with 1-2 screws)
Connecting 15-25 internal cables...
Installing a OS (it's not going to come preinstalled on your HDD for you)

Yeah... That's definitely easier...

Again, it's a neat/cool STEM learn coding toy, but you're not 'building a computer' in any sense.
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No way. You plug in the led thing, you clamp the case on and then you plug in power/keyboard/video. The "computer" is the PI it itself comprises of 1 piece, nothing to build.

The OS is pre loaded. I guess maybe you might have to stick the SD card in the thing... I guess you could stretch that out to technically be part of building...

It's as much work as buying a pre-made Dell desktop and setting it up on your desk. The computer is there and built already, you just plug in the peripherals.

Building a PC doesn't even require a screwdriver? Wtf are you smoking? You're telling me motherboards come with thumb screws or some shit? Your PSU isn't screwed down? Gtf outta here with your nonsense.

Build a computer, install:
Motherboard (with a screwdriver...)
PSU (with a screwdriver...)
Hard drive(s), disk drive(s) (optional), (probably using a screwdriver, but maybe not depending on the case)
RAMM
CPU (carefully, with thermal paste)
CPU cooling (your again probably using a screwdriver if it's liquid cooled)
GPU (usually with 1-2 screws)
Connecting 15-25 internal cables...
Installing a OS (it's not going to come preinstalled on your HDD for you)

Yeah... That's definitely easier...

Again, it's a neat/cool STEM learn coding toy, but you're not 'building a computer' in any sense.
I always use a screwdriver to install my OS.
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I always use a screwdriver to install my OS.
Aw shit, your right, I knew I was missing something. Should have appended (screwdriver obviously required) to that step too! Haha
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