SmartyKit – one kit that teaches anyone how to build a computer and how it works. Compatible with Apple-1, the first computer of Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs.
Starting from $299
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What is inside the SmartyKit box?
The SmartyKit box contains all the necessary parts to build your own version of the first computer created by Steves – integrated circuits, custom PCB modules, breadboards, jumper wires, electronic components and wires.
What do people say?
My day job is creating new technology platforms like augmented reality. I am often inspired by the pioneering work Xerox PARC, Stanford Research Institute, and Apple did sixty years ago. It was a delight to go back to the foundations of computing and build out one of the brilliant designs of Steve Wozniak with my own two hands.
Andrew Bosworth, Facebook VP AR/VR @boz

What will I learn with SmartyKit?
What will I learn with this kit?
– How Apple I works;
– What the main parts of every computer and smartphone are;
– What a processor is and how it works as a computer's brain to execute software code;
– What memory is and how it works;
– How keyboards work;
– How video controllers work and how a video signal is formed;
– How a simple operating system works;
– How to write simple code.
For who this kit is a good match?
– Apple fans and enthusiasts;
– Software developers who want to understand how computers work;
– Those who want to start an IT career and land their dream job in a top IT company;
– Silicon Valley tech startup founders with a non-tech background who want to understand the basics of computers;
– Teenagers who like tech but spend too much time on device screens;
– Families and friends who want to spend a weekend together and work on an educational and fun project;
– Schools, kids centers, computer museums, and summer camps that want to have a hand-on tool to explain how computers work.
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