The Piper Computer Kit includes everything needed to introduce students to computer science, electronics, and coding. Build your own fully functional computer and explore STEAM through Piper's StoryMode using the Raspberry Pi Edition of Minecraft, and PiperCode using Blockly, Google's block-based visual programming language. The Piper Computer Kit is recommended for ages 8+.



Piper Classroom Bundle
$3,250.00
$3,595.00

The Piper Classroom Bundle is the ideal project-based learning solution for teaching computer science and...

Piper Station Bundle
$965.00
$1,035.00

The Piper Station is a perfect solution for maker spaces, library programs, small class sizes,...

Piper Education Starter Bundle
$349.00
$398.00

The Education Starter Kit can be used to evaluate the Piper program for schools, and is...

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Piper Sensor Explorer

$49.00

The Piper Sensor Explorer enhances the existing Piper experience. Explore and learn about the world around you with sensors that measure temperature, compute distance, and detect color with 3 new StoryMode worlds and 3 PiperCode projects exclusive to the Piper Sensor Explorer hardware.* The Piper Sensor Explorer is recommended for ages 8+.

*Requires a Piper Computer Kit

Piper Protection Plan
$49.00

The Piper Protection Plan allows you to replace parts for up to 2 years after...

Power Adapter
$6.00

The Piper Power Adapter is the recommended adapter for charging and powering the Piper Computer...

Spare Parts Kit 2020
$39.00

The Piper Spare Parts Kit offers additional hardware that keeps your Piper Computer Kit in...

Spare Parts Kit 2020
$39.00

The Piper Spare Parts Kit offers additional hardware that keeps your Piper Computer Kit in...

Battery - MH7500
$18.00

Power Bank for the Piper Computer Kit.  Capacity: 7500mAh.

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Piper Command Center (Beta)

$49.99

BETA: As part of an exclusive first look, you're invited to assemble a real working game controller, understand the basics of an Arduino, and discover physical computing by configuring a joystick, buttons, and more. Take command of the maker movement by building and customizing a microcontroller to hack and create an arcade-ready game controller, a spatial mapping tool, or a robo-commander. Perfect for ages 13+.