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We want to see SmartyKits at every school on Earth 🎓
There are billions of computers around us, and AI with programs like GPT is becoming more powerful. But kids don't know how it works at all – they spend more time playing video games and less doing some fun hands-on projects. We have developed SmartyKit to change that.
We believe that the best learning experience is when you do something. We also believe that learning computers by recreating the pioneering computer of Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs with your own hands will help kids explore and learn, be proud of themselves, and be ready for the digital future, not as consumers but as creators.
Sergey, Founder&CEO SmartyKit
SmartyKit – DIY computer on breadboards ✨
SmartyKit® — computer construction kit to build the first computer of Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs – Apple-1. Building it you would understand how computers work and have fun! With genuine WDC™ 6502 processor and BusBoard™ 830 inside.
SmartyKit Black – Exclusive Limited edition of the DIY computer on breadboards ✨
SmartyKit® Black — exclusive limited edition version of the computer construction kit to build the first computer of Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs – Apple-1. Building it you would understand how computers work and have fun! With genuine WDC™ 6502 processor and BusBoard™ 830 inside.
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What people say ❤️
AppleInsider, in-depth Apple news, analysis & reviews since 1997
The new do-it-yourself package by SmartyKit gives you all the pieces you need to build the Apple-1 with no soldering required. #CES2020
Steve Wozniak designed and hand-built the original back in 1976. Anyone who wants to assemble their own today can buy the parts and instructions from SmartyKit.
Thierry Gaillet, industrial design, innovation, automation & robots, biomimicry & tensegrity
As a true fan, if you cannot afford a genuine, cult and rare Apple I at $300,000... the good news is: SmartyKit will launch a DIY version!
Andrew Bosworth, Meta CTO
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.