Ozobot 2.0 Bit, the Educational Toy Robot that Teaches STEM and Coding, Dual Pack (White & Black)

Measuring slightly over an inch in diameter and height, Ozobot is one of the world’s most compact smart robots of its kind. Ozobot uses twin micro-motors and a friction drivetrain design to deliver a remarkably quiet and precise movement. The sensor array on the bottom of the robot allows it to scan its environment. Ozobot Bit can see colors, follow lines and detect intersections. And it does it as flawlessly on shapes you draw with regular markers on a piece of paper as it does on the digital screen of your tablet. As Ozobot Bit navigates its environment, plays games and reads codes, the LEDs on its main board always provide colorful feedback. Ozobot loves to keep you engaged by communicating back to you using messages with cryptic blinks. Ozobot Bit’s built-in LiPo battery is quickly rechargeable via a micro-USB port and delivers over an hour of continuous action on a single charge.

Product Features

  • Program your Ozobot Bit to dance, race, and more! Perfect for boys & girls from beginner to advanced
  • One of the world’s smallest programmable robots measuring in at just over 1 inch
  • Play in-app games or download activities from the Ozobot website
  • Create your own challenges, games and mazes for Ozobot
  • Includes a 90-day warranty

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|| Comments

    By Steakman on June 20, 2017

    Simple learning robots I have two kids – one is showing an interesting in programming. She plays on code.org frequently. I snatched these up to help encourage her interest. Since I have two kids, I got the two pack – didn’t want to hear how it wasn’t fair.Anyway, back to the review and not my life story… These are pretty cool devices. They charge quickly and are easy to use. If you don’t program them, just use markers and draw lines. The robots follow them easily.Wish list for the robots:…

    By Mark Lyon on June 20, 2017

    I think he might have gotten bored with it pretty quickly if I’d only gotten one My son has a tendency to really want robotic toys when he sees them, but then not to play with them for very long, so I was initially a little skeptical when I got these for him. It turns out, though, that he really loves them, and the fact that there are two of them makes it so that we can play with them together. Honestly, I think he might have gotten bored with it pretty quickly if I’d only gotten one. There was an intense initial interest in just being able to draw coded lines and have…

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