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Tiny:bit is a robotic car for the micro:bit education market. It is compact, easy to assemble, and easy to move in tight spaces. The Tiny:bit smart car is based on the micro:bit development board design and uses the online code programming of MakeCode Editor. Rich sensor applications allow Tiny:bit for easy interaction. The Tiny:bit smart car has a set of alligator clips on the rear that can be creative and expand.
- Simple design with small size.
- Support Makecode graphical programming and Python programming.
- "Interactive" Robotic car.
- Alligator clip at the end.
- Intelligent obstacle avoidance, following, playing music, tracking,Interesting lighting and APP supporting.
- Compatible with building block.
micro USB cable*1
Plastic rivet bag*1
Line tracking map*1
Package one: Tiny:bit+Micro:bit V2 *1
Package two: Tiny:bit + Wrist:bit
Package four: Tiny:bit+ Handle
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Hello! Is there some input left to add another sensor?
Thanks for your question.
This car comes with many sensors, such as ultrasonic, infrared remote control receiver, sound sensor, tracking sensor and so on. We have reserved 4 alligator clip ports at its tail, which can be used to connect other sensors. I
If you want to carry out more extended experiments, we recommend you to use this car, it has more interfaces for external module.
¿Does the product provides any way to charge de battery? and how .
Thanks for your question.
This product is powered by a rechargeable lithium battery. The kit includes a Micro USB cable for charging and downloading programs.
Robot car can be charged by connecting it to the USB port of the computer by Micro USB cable.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
When the BBC Microbit is out of stock globally, Yahboom can quickly ship my order (Tiny:bit 20pcs, 16 in 1super:kit 10PCS), which surprised me and my colleagues.
My package enjoys free shipping. It only took 5 days for DHL to deliver the package to our school.
On August 5th, our STEM class will officially start. I believe 8-9 year olds will like this cute programming robot car.
Wow~Everything is OK!
I have a 9-year-old daughter who likes electronics and coding. This car was her birthday present last month, and when she received it, she was excited all night. She started using this car the next day. Girl mastered MakeCode graphical programming proficiently. She also installed a lot of building blocks on the car and created some special shapes. I had to admire the children's imagination.
Next month, she plans to learn more difficult and complex Python programming. Compared to game consoles, I hope that 9-year-old children will have more exposure to programming. Thanks to Yahboom for developing such a perfect product.
Even if everything is fine, I still have to make some suggestions.
1. It would be better if every course was taught by video.
2. After using for a period of time, the trolley cannot go straight. I know this is caused by the motor itself and other factors. But I think it is possible to switch to a motor with better accuracy.
When I received the package, everything was fine, and the parts inside were neatly arranged. The assembly is very simple and it only takes ten minutes to be put into use.
The home page of the manual shows how to get the tutorial URL and APP. We downloaded the program very quickly, but when using the APP remote control, I encountered some problems, and the Bluetooth could not connect normally.
I consulted technical support through the website, and he quickly replied to us and recorded a Bluetooth connection video to us. This problem was solved perfectly. (Technical support is an angel)
We drew a patrol track with white paper and black pen, and Tiny:bit can successfully complete the patrol experiment.
In short, this is a programming robot that is very suitable for beginners and children.
We purchased 30 PCS to STEM laboratories for elementary schools, and now all the cars have been put into classroom use for two weeks, and no quality problems have been found.
I have to praise the quality of Yahboom, and the technical support always reply to us in time to help us solve some problems.
Both products and services deserve the highest 5-star from our school.
The instructions are pretty straightforward. They explain how to download the software and to configure it for the kit.
The micro:bit connects to the kit easily and is not too tough to program if you are already familiar with Scratch or MakeCode. If you haven't already used MakeCode, it may be a little challenging to get started.
The wheel/motor assembly does not mount on the board securely, so if you program the robot to go too quickly, the motor may fall off. A little bit of glue to hold the retaining pins can help.
Note: you must have your own micro:bit as the kit does not include it.
We provide Tinybit and Tinybit+Microbit V2 options, users can choose by themselves when purchasing.