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littleBits CloudBit Starter Kit

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SNAP THE INTERNET TO ANYTHING This kit includes the cloudBit plus 5 of our favorite prototyping modules; everything you need to create internet-connected devices in seconds. Recreate the most popular smart devices, use littleBits to prototype the next billion dollar idea, or invent a project that solves your own, unique problem.Perfect for hackers, designers, makers and tinkerers of all levels--without the programming, soldering and wiring normally required.
  • Includes everything you need to get started [power included!] right out of the box: 6 modules, wall power and mounting boards
  • Connect everything! Now your entire littleBits library can talk to the internet and vice versa
  • Build with 5 intro projects, including an SMS doorbell, internet-connected lamp and many more online!
  • Automate with IFTTT to connect with any web service, like Facebook, Gmail and Twitter, or hardware like NEST and Phillips HUE
  • Remote control and readout to control your circuits across the room or across the world
  • Code with the cloud API or using the Arduino module for further customization [optional]
The cloudBit is also available individually here! Check out our Tips and Tricks or forum on more ideas on using cloud. The cloudBit needs a lot of juice, and only works with p3 usb power. Don't worry, the usb power AND a US wall adapter are included in the bundle!

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With funky colours and a clever modular approach to electronics, this kit certainly fits the "small is beautiful" category. My 10-year-old son wanted this for Christmas, principally because you can connect via the wireless network facility to a functional block in Minecraft which connects to redstone "wiring", ie: press the real button and detonate some TNT in your virtual world! He had no problem getting it going: the instructions are good, everything worked correctly so lots of things got blown up! The only issue we did need to resolve was due to our domestic pc network arrangements. The wireless set-up couldn't just connect to the router, it required the pc to be wireless, which it wasn't, using instead the ethernet connection. So we ended up buying a nice wireless card for the pc, which the littleBits found easily. A minor note is that it is definitely advisable (as per instructions) to use the rear USB for power as it needs all the juice it can get for wireless operation. Or just use the separate power I need to encourage him to try making something else...