|Wouldn’t holiday shopping be a lot more fun if you didn’t have to, you know, pay for stuff? We thought so too. That’s why we’re giving away some of our favorite gadgets – from drones to smartphones – for the eight days leading up to Christmas. Enter to win as many giveaways as you want, and don’t forget to keep checking back as new contests open up every day!|
Looking to get your kids interested in programming and coding, in a fun and engaging way? Check out the Vortex from DFRobot. Designed to teach children a variety of different STEM skills, The Vortex aims to combat the trend of over-reliance on virtual games and screen time, and instead allows children to combine physical and virtual play.
It’s more than just a programmable robot, too — The Vortex also comes with four pre-programmed games, including bumping fight, golf, driving, shaking/dancing, and soccer; all of which are designed for children aged six and up. The Vortex bot can also connect to the Vortexbot app on iOS and Android devices via Bluetooth. By downloading the accompanying programming app WhenDo, children have complete freedom to create, play, and program new games.
A pair of Vortex Robots are currently retailing for $169, but in honor of the launch, we’re giving away a pair for free! Good Luck. Contest over
WINNER: Jesse T.
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