Date:17 December 2015
Opening their eyes to how the world around them works, Dash and Dot guide kids through the world of coding and robotics, turning ideas into adventures. In a nutshell, Dash and Dot is an educational robot toy designed to teach kids how to code. Dash is charged and ready to play out of the box. It responds to voice commands, can navigate around objects, dance and sing. Dot is the brain and its primary purpose is to interact with Dash as a result of physical human interaction and comes complete with lights and sound effects. Dash has the ability to roll in any direction, turn and tilt its head, light up and make sounds.
Dash and Dot Wonder Pack – RRP R4999.95
Available from BT Games, Incredible Connection and takealot.com
Prima Interactive Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/PrimaInteractive
Please see link to the Dash & Dot YouTube video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LA9py48X6_o
To enter, answer the following question: What new robotics toy teaches kids to code?
SMS the words Dash and Dot, followed by the answer, your name and e-mail address to 32697 (R1,50 per SMS; this service does not allow for 8ta numbers). Competition closes 31 January 2016, and the winner will be drawn on 08 February 2016.
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