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MakePad – the DIY tablet for young makers based on the Raspberry Pi

23 March 2018

MakePi’s maker concept easily teaches kids how to code, create digital music, develop games plus much more, all using Raspberry Pi based hardware.

MakePad (Credit: MakePi)

It’s designed to help young kids develop their STEM skills in an interactive and fun way. It includes the following features:

• 10.1” touchscreen display
• Raspberry Pi based hardware
• OS customised for STEM education
• Battery with eight hours autonomy

It’s also an ideal tool to help teachers teach STEM in the classroom; with its embedded application, you don’t need Internet to use it and it includes multiple languages (English, Spanish & Portuguese) to broaden the scope of its reach. 

More information can be found on the MakePi website

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