What’s inside the WORLD’S FIRST Personal Computer?

What’s inside the WORLD’S FIRST Personal Computer?

We CUT OPEN the World’s First P.C!?!?
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So incredible to see how tech has evolved over the past 36 years. This IBM 5150 is iconic.

The Computer Kit is the first computer anyone can make and
code. First, you put the pieces together, like LEGO. Then you power on
your computer and learn to code by making games, music, apps and art. Step by step for beginners of all ages.

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20 Responses

  1. Orange :girl inkling: says:


  2. Sarah Kwak says:

    I kinda want the Kano Computer kit now

  3. Ryan J says:

    Dan was born in 1980? Lol Dude looks over 40 easy. So he was 26 when Lincoln was born? Poor guy no wonder they’re so basic haha.

  4. grapsorz says:

    you can take it apart. then put it together.. dont DESTROY IT! and when you dont know what’s inside why bother talk about it.. you just destroyd something belonging in a museum collection.

  5. 92Mercury says:

    I had an old kano surprise I trashed it and ended up connecting the speaker to my phone

  6. unicusDOTcom says:

    Its phosphors in that monitor.

  7. nuke726 says:

    IBM may have been the first to call their computer a PC in 1980, but both Apple and Radio Shack had home computers on the market since 1977. The TRS-80 had NO media storage built in. It used a Radio Shack cassette tape recorder!

  8. RetroWeld says:

    I thought PC stood for Pretty Cool. 😎

  9. Germ Face says:

    can we have a video where we find out what is inside you pair of shits

  10. DerpbushPurple 64 says:

    Kano just used a raspberry pi(edit: 3)
    They’re making a cheap buck
    (Edit:) I use that to run an n64…

  11. Gamesepic123 says:

    Why did I just watch the whole ad

  12. RandomCheetah says:

    What’s the specs on the old computer?

  13. Mr. Anonymous says:

    Why would you destroy this? Come on!

  14. Christopher Cornette says:

    This gave me total flashbacks. Β My family had one of these IBMs when I was Lincoln’s age. Β Hearing the sound it made booting up was a major nostalgia hit.

  15. sanjith321 says:

    haha, it says MAKE a computer lol (**snaps in led**), code your computer (types name and background color), hack Minecraft (use simple mods and not code whatsoever). this is from my viewpoint and it is not supposed to hate on anyone that likes the idea of this kit. i think i have enough experience to say this because i made my own game using Python and i built my own computer (on my youtube channel)

  16. Charle Brown says:

    Yeah now I can know

  17. Steve m says:

    hpoe that one dident workcause otherwise y must you break it πŸ™

  18. Gary Kinsella says:

    Good end to a computer.

  19. ItsAdam says:

    G O T A V I R U S ? U S E P R O T O G E N T !

  20. Erik Jensen says:

    Destroying this computer is a travesty you could have disassembled the parts to show what was inside. It does not matter that you have money to burn you did somthing wrong. It belonged in a musume and you ruined it. This was so painful to watch!

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