Tag Archive: Kano


How to use Desktop Mode on your Kano Computer

The Kano OS works a little differently than a regular Windows OS. Instead of everything being accessible via clicking the start button in the bottom left-hand corner, you’ll instead see that applications are in small boxes, packed on top of one another in different sections with labels like “staff picks” and “make and explore.” Ultimately, this can be pretty confusing, but you can switch from this titled mode for your screen into the Kano OS’s desktop mode, which  [Read More…]

Kids can learn to build a computer with this $99 Kano kit

You’ll be surprised at just how much knowledge a child can pick up from a set like this.

Kano’s 2017 Computer Kit is currently on sale at Amazon for just $ 99. This deal marks its lowest price ever. Its average price is nearer to $ 130 and its previous best price was $ 100 around Black Friday last year.

These computer kits are really neat. It’s a great way to teach a kid, or anyone really,  [Read More…]

The best wireless mouse for your Kano Computer

Finding the right mouse for your Kano Computer can be much harder than it looks. You’ve got so many things to consider: comfort, affordability, noise level, power consumption, and so much more. Thankfully, you won’t have to look so hard since there are plenty of mice you can use. After this, you’ll have no doubt in your mind just which one you should get to have the best experience.

Comfortable, affordable and easy to use M590 Logitech Silent Wireless Mous  [Read More…]

Best speakers for your Kano Computer

There’s no denying that the Kano Computer speakers are pretty good for what they do, but what if you want to branch out and truly show off to the rest of world just how cool your speakers are? The speakers below are all small, so that they don’t take up too much space, have a clear, booming sound, and super simple to set up, which means they’ll go great with your Kano Computer.

Packs a Mini-Punch Raspberry Pi Mini Portable  [Read More…]

Best accessories for your Kano Computer

The Kano Computer already has a lot going for it. It can teach you and your kids to code, it’s a gaming machine for anyone who loves Minecraft and, best of all, it encourages people to sit down and create something new. So why not making something that’s already good, so much better? With the accessories listed below, you’ll find out just how varied and creative you can get even without using the Kano Computer.

The accessory you’re looking for  [Read More…]

Best touch display for your Kano Computer

It’s always nice to have a great display on your monitor, but what really sets you apart from the rest is having a touchscreen monitor. While having a touchscreen isn’t always necessary, it can be helpful for accessibility purposes, as well as greatly increase the speed in which you can use your computer. Here, you’ll find a fantastic variety of displays, as well as superb response times.

Perfect for the Raspberry Pi Gechic 1303A 13.3″ Portable Monitor

This  [Read More…]

Best microSD card for your Kano Computer

Your microSD card will be a key part of the Raspberry Pi 3 that’ll be powering your Kano Computer. You may think that any old microSD card is compatible, but this card will be storing all your files and information, so you’ll definitely want to get the best card you can buy. These cards are not only compatible but help your Kano Computer run effortlessly, the way it was meant to.

The speed of light SanDisk Extreme PRO MicroSD Card  [Read More…]

Pack your Kano Computer for trips in style!

While travel cases for the Kano computer are, unfortunately, rather lacking, that doesn’t mean you can’t get a high-quality case that won’t break the bank — or your tech. After breaking a lot of my own equipment due to a mixture of forgetfulness and stupidity, I decided to change my ways and always opt to get the best case that money can buy. This is why the Aenllosi Storage Carrying Kit has been included in this collection, as its durability  [Read More…]

Best portable monitor for your Kano Computer

When you’re on the go, the last thing you want to have is an arm that’s so weighed down by heavy objects that you start to wonder whether you’ll survive the trip or not. Thankfully, I travel a lot of the time, so I value portability over everything else. Below you’ll find three monitors, each one having a different look and feature that makes them stand out as being one of the best portable monitors around. Each also will work  [Read More…]

How to add a portable display to your Kano Computer

Sometimes you just need to be reassured that no matter where you are, or what you’re doing, your Kano computer will be there to help you out. Fortunately, with a tiny, affordable computer being run by the Raspberry Pi 3, that means you’ll be able to carry it around wherever you want. Of course, it all depends on the portable display you have. There are multiple ways to add one to your computer, either with an HDMI adapter,  [Read More…]