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Robo Wunderkind – A Robot Anyone Can Build
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Robo Wunderkind – A Robot Anyone Can Build

Give your child a fun environment to learn about technology with Robo Wunderkind, the robot that anyone can build. Children can build, code, and play all while starting their understanding of electronics and technology. Each block is Bluetooth enabled and communicates with the intuitive app on your smartphone or tablet. Equipped with cameras, sensors, and controllers, children as young as five can make a variety of robots with different functions. These smart blocks also come with an adapter to be compatible with Lego. With this, the tools to learn the necessary skills of technology are placed right in your child’s hands. Gone are the days where a child’s creativity was limited to a set of wooden blocks. With Robo Wunderkind, children everywhere can build everything they could dream of.

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