Kids Can Build Robots and More With LEGO BoostJune 22, 2017
The set has over 840 pieces. It also includes a LEGO move hub, interactive motor and a color and distance sensor. The set also includes a playmat and a wall poster. It is recommended for ages 7 to 12.
Engadget shows how the programming modules work and enables kids to control and program their robots through a LEGO Boost App. The app provides an icon-based coding interface. The set will retail for $160 and is available for pre-order from Amazon.com. It is expected to ship on August 1st. Take a look:
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