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has raised $1 million from Microsoft as the DIY PC maker releases an upgraded version of its Windows-based computer, which will get expanded international distribution.
The investment marks another step in Kano’s ongoing transformation. Once a feisty indy project, the U.K.-based startup using an operating system based on open-source Raspberry Pi. But last year it struck a partnership with Microsoft to build a .
With the new investment comes an expanded partnership with Microsoft that will help Kano expand its distribution beyond North America and the U.K. and into Japan and the United Arab Emirates.
“We’ve gotten Microsoft behind it in a big way,” said Kano founder Alex Klein. “[Microsoft CEO]