The Intelino smart coding train brings new life to your wooden train set

Posted On: Jan 14, 2019   |   Posted By: Pocket-lint

The Intelino smart coding train brings new life to your wooden train set

Wooden toy sets have been around for years, but one company is hoping to bring them into the 21st century with the launch of a smart coding train. Called the Intelino smart train, the new toy, which launched at CES , merges traditional wooden toy sets from the likes of Brio with app enabled play for those that enjoy coding and follows a long line of other coding based toys on the market looking to get kids still playing away form screens but learning new skills. The new motorised train will fit any standard wooden train set, as well as, a newer plastic set offered by the company. The train can then be controlled either via colour coded tiles that snap on to the new plastic set, or via an accompanying app. Smart without a screen The train has a built-in camera that reads the colours on the track and responses accordingly making it perfect for younger kids and parents worried about screen time as you don't have to use the app at all. Going over a green makes it go faster for example, while another colour might...

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