We present an advanced low-cost wide-field, high-resolution computational microscope kit based on Fourier ptychography. The microscope is integrated by using a collection of easy to find off-the-shelf components. By implementing the Fourier Ptychographic Microscopy (FPM) technique, we are able to acquire and synthetically produce wide field-of-view images at high resolutions, exceeding the original limitations of the optical system. The system works by iteratively updating a mosaiced high resolution Fourier spectrum from a collection of images of a sample captured at different illumination angles. We provide with the design of the low-cost kit and also with the results obtained by several tests performed with a calibration target and blood samples. From the results, the increase in resolution of the system is quantitatively and qualitatively demonstrated, while preserving the original wide field-of-view of the objective lens used.