Blue-Bot® Bluetooth Programmable Floor Robot
Our first ever bluetooth enabled floor robot, which means you can wirelessly control it with your tablet or PC.
Blue-Bot® has a clear shell so children can see the components inside. It is also rechargeable so you don't need to worry about replacing costly batteries. 6 pack includes a FREE docking station.
You can still use Blue-Bot® like a normal Bee-Bot® and program it using the buttons on the robot. However, Blue-Bot® is now capable of connecting to tablets, PCs and Macs, allowing you to take the programming much further. Download the free iOS/Android app to connect to tablets, or download the Windows and Mac software to connect to your desktop. Please note the app does not require any personal information from the user. For another fun way to program Blue-Bot®, please see our Blue-Bot® TacTile reader. Packs of 6 come with a free docking station. Not suitable to be used in sand or water.
- Brand: TTS
- Warranty: 1 Year
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4/5 stars17 Aug 2017
A good way of teaching simple instructions
5/5 stars14 Feb 2017
Very good toy to begin a play-based learning of mathematics
1/5 stars05 Apr 2016
It is clearly stated that the Blue-bot is compatable with Windows and Macs and the supplied documentation indicates that this should be downloadable via the TTS website.This appears to not be the case so I can only rate the product as bad given that this was the reason I chose the blue-bot over the bee-bot. I should add that subsequent investigation suggests that the Terrapin logo software allows the communicatiion / programming of the Blue-bot via a PC (Windows or Mac) but at the cost of an additional 50 USD.Our Response Many thanks for your recent feedback. I am disappointed to hear that you have not had a response to your query, and that you are having an issue with your Blue Bot. I will ensure that this is investigated and a member of our customer experience team will be in touch shortly. Kind regards
5/5 stars08 Feb 2016
Does what it says
5/5 stars07 Jul 2015
1/5 stars09 Jun 2015
it was ok