- Magnetic modular design
- Transformable into wearable device
We are living in a fast-paced century in a world of computers and programming. Nowadays, parents pay big attention to the education of their children and put lots of effort into making their future bright and prosperous. As programming is gaining popularity among kids, many worldwide companies develop educational tools and devices to teach children how to code. One of those devices is Xtron Pro which is a programming game console that can convert into a smartwatch if needed.
|✅ Serves as a Smartwatch and Timer|
|✅ 16 MB Storage Capacity|
|✅ Built-in IMU Sensor and Wi-Fi Module|
|✅ IoT App|
Is this a truly new product that you can’t find on the market? Or this a product that defines an entirely new product category. In some cases, the combination of several features into one or the introduction of a new feature to an old product is also considered to be an innovation.
Another cool thing about Xtron Pro is that it turns into a smartwatch with customized interfaces and functions like step counting. This is not the end. Xtron Pro can be used to develop IoT applications. It means you can control your hardware remotely with Mobile App and Xtron Pro.
How much better is it than the competition? Is it faster? Bigger? Cooler? More affordable? There needs to be a solid reason why you should back this project over any other.
We are witnessing how this era is becoming more and more mechanized and programmed. IoT applications have penetrated our lives smoothly and unnoticeably and we can do nothing but learn ourselves and teach our children how to use them. Most parents want their children to learn coding from a very young age and many companies continuously develop educative tools and robots that teach kids how to code. Let’s quickly go through some of them.
- Kano Kit- $130
The Kit world with programming languages. You can learn code with 100+ stories and make games.
2. Piper Kit- $229
Piper teaches children engineering and programming with 11 progressively challenging projects based on Google Blockly’s easy, drag-and-drop visual coding language.
However, Xtron Pro is a multi-purpose handheld game console not only for kids but also for their parents. The KS price is starting at $73.
How capable is the team? Have they developed something like this before? Do they have crowdfunding experience? Manufacturing experience? A lot of campaigns fail to deliver their product because they don’t know what they’re doing.
Xtron Pro is created by a Finland-based tech company Ovobots. The team led by Justin Xue strongly believes the company will become one of the main manufacturers of educative tools and toys for kids of different ages.
Xtron Pro is their first crowdfunding project. During 44 live days, they managed to raise $87,688 with the help of 889 backers. The product itself is very innovative and interesting. Hopefully, after the production process, the handheld game console will fully function as introduced. We also have great hopes the team will continue developing new handheld game consoles and the circle of backers will be wider.
How transparent are the campaigners? Do they give their backers valuable updates on their progress? Do they engage with their backers? Crowdfunding is all about community, sharing information, and building a meaningful relationship with the people who fund your project.
Xtron Pro shared 4 updates with the backers about the stretch goals and discounts. Comments are mostly answered within several hours with care and understanding.
Seems like backers are very satisfied with the price and functions.