It's a neat package, but LEGO need to publish how to hack this thing now, or in a year or two when tablet versions move on this will just be worthless junk.
I've been waiting for this product since it was first announced last year. I placed a pre-order and will receive it today, according to my tracking number. However, I'm almost afraid to open it...I have an iPad Mini 1, iPhones and many Amazon fire products. Of course, none will work with the Boost app. I do have a Chromebook and surprisingly the app installed there. So here is my question: If I am able to launch the app and got to the screen where it is asking for me to turn on the Move Hub, can I assume that it should work?Other than the tablet issue, which is very bad imo, I am also a little disappointed about the negative reviews. My kids are too young for EV3 but I really wanted a STEM project based on Lego to really spark their interests (and to also satisfy my Lego addiction). I have a lot of hope for this product and hope it will continue to improve.
Yes many apps work on phone and tablet, but they specifically stated and printed tablet. If they had just said android device I would have seen the confusion.
Has anyone who has been playing with this also have a problem with the huge drain on batteries. About every 2-3 plays (and we only turn it on for about 10 min at a time) we're getting an battery low indicator. I've spent an arm and a leg buying AAA batteries. Not sure if it's a just a defective unit or it is actually suppose to be used up that fast. So any insight would be greatly appreciated.
I'm not sure you are right. The red target icon is the one that gets Vernie firing the shoulder missile via a turn of his head. I tried testing the green radar icon but it didn't seem to do much...
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