Snap Circuit Maker Introduces App Controlled SnapQube At Toy Fair 2018

Posted: Feb 14 2018, 9:42am CST | by , in News | Toys

 
Snap Circuit Maker Introduces App Controlled SnapQube at Toy Fair 2018

Snap Circuit enters app age.

Elenco, the makers of the popuar Snap Circuits product line, will introduce SnapQube at the 2018 New York Toy Fair. SnapQube's App-powered electronic blocks teach kids technology while having fun. Snap Circuits are now going with the times and connect to an app.

Kids can learn how firetruck sirens, flashlights and garage lights work with easy-to-snap, magnetic blocks that communicate with a parent-friendly App which can be downloaded to a PC, tablet or mobile device. Over 100 projects and free-form building mode that inquisitive kids will love.

Elenco plans to have SnapCube available in two versions with a full-color, easy-to-follow project manual and magnetic, functional cubes. Appropriate for budding engineers, ages 8+.

Elenco also announced for the Toy Fair 2018 Snap Circuits Bric: Structures. These new sets connect to Legos. Shop for Snap Circuit deals online at amazon.com.

The New York Toy Fair 2018 opens its doors on Saturday. More than1,000 toy companies, from inventive startups to veteran brands, will transform make the Javits Center into a giant playground for grownups, no kids allowed. Read the latest hot toy news, shop the best-selling toys and follow us on Twitter for hottest toy announcements of 2018 to that debut at the Toy Fair 2018 in New York. See also the highlights of the Spielwarenmesse 2018 in Nuremberg and Toy Fair 2018 in London.

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