“Mini Activity Kit takes our popular Mini robot a step further by offering an affordable at-home learning experience that mirrors guided lessons taught in schools,” stated Paul Berberian, Sphero’s CEO. “We wanted to give kids and their parents even more tools to create, explore and invent.”
Recently, Sphero has been busy buying corporations like LittleBits and Specdrums. It’s launched merchandise like music-making rings and its RVR rover. Its final sphere-robot, the Sphero Bolt got here out final fall and retails for $150. The Sphero Mini Activity Kit proves Sphero remains to be dedicated to its tiny, spherical bots, and when the equipment arrives on October 2nd, it will likely be simply $79.99, virtually half the worth of the Sphero Bolt.