Programmable R2-D2: LEGO has introduced a new set for Star Wars fans

The company LEGO has released a set of Star Wars Boost to create guided droids.

What is known

The company has previously

released a set of Lego Boost, this time shedecided to please the fans of Star Wars. The designer should help children get programming skills, and adults - to return to childhood. Star Wars Boost consists of 1177 parts that can be used to create three droids. To set up and control, Bluetooth Move Hub is inserted into the shape.


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The droid is programmed intuitively.understandable application on iOS, Android and Fire (Amazon). The user will be able to send his R2-D2 to "missions", including searching for the rebels, sending or decoding incoming messages. Although Lego apparently released the Star Wars Droid Commander kit, it will be available worldwide only on September 1, 2019.