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Sphero Mini (Green)

Sphero Mini (Green)

Driving. Gaming. Coding. Now fun-sized.

Sphero Mini, the world’s smallest* app-enabled robotic ball (*that we know of), packs tons of fun into a tiny, app-enabled robot about the size of a ping pong ball. Drive Mini using different modes with the Sphero Mini app, or just by using your face. Yes, you read that right. Face Drive is a hilarious new feature that uses your facial expressions to drive the ball.

Mini’s games are just as addictive – use the ball as a controller to shoot your way through space, race a ship through a tunnel, or rotate your ball to destroy a polygon of bricks. Thanks to the beauty of app updates, there’s always more on the way. If you’re feeling extra clever, download the Sphero EDU App and program your robot using JavaScript.

Packed with teeny tiny tech, Sphero Mini has a little gyroscope, accelerometer, and LED lights. Colourful, interchangeable shells are available, so you can easily switch one out to suit your mood. With almost an hour of play time, Sphero Mini is the next big thing.

Features:

Different driving modes playing with the Sphero Mini app – Joystick, Tilt, Slingshot, or Face Drive

Face Drive is a hilarious new feature that uses your facial expressions to drive the ball

Use Sphero Mini as a video game controller with the app - play 3 games with more updates on the way

Colourful, interchangeable shells to switch colours to suit your mood

Packed with teeny tiny tech, Sphero Mini has a little gyroscope, accelerometer, and LED lights

Allows up to almost an hour of play time (Micro-USB charging, 1 hr charging time)

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Sphero Mini (Green)

Driving. Gaming. Coding. Now fun-sized.

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