EV3 Packaging Gets Slight Change, Contents Remain Unchanged

The box sleeve was updated slightly to highlight how you can program the robot, but the contents of the box remain unchanged.
The box sleeve was updated slightly to highlight programming.

If you’ve recently visited the LEGO MINDSTORMS website, you may have noticed a slight change in the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 packaging. The packaging used to feature that you can remote control your robot, but now it also highlights that you can program it with PC software or a tablet app.

LEGO says the change was made to make it clearer to consumers what you can do with the robotics kit. After all, programming is an essential part of creating robots.

On the inside, nothing has changed though! It still contains the same parts and EV3 components.

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6 Responses
  1. Theo1824

    It would be nice if mindstorms 31313 users could be using the EV3-education software for the iPad, it is more handy to make small programs at the dinner table.

  2. Aderito Pereira

    Hallo Mr(Miss) Lauren,
    I am working with Lego kit am New on it… and I want to build a two wheeled robot but its been so hard for me to Balance the robot, I tried to follow the instractions from NXT but facing problen cannot balance that .. could you please help me?

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