Trainable, loyal and fun. CHiP is an intelligent and affectionate robot pup. Artificial intelligence enables it to uniquely recognise you, and have an adaptive personality to follow commands, fetch a ball, avoid obstacles, and learn new tricks. Sensors means CHiP can ‘feel’ your touch and a free app provides control and/or enhanced gameplay on your smart device. It’s always aware, and ready to play. How you respond uniquely shapes its behaviour, so no two are ever alike.
If CHiP (RRP $499) sounds like your new best friend, you could be in luck – we have one to give away. All schools signed up for a bulk subscription* on Wednesday 23 August will go into the draw.
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7. Great value: Bulk copies give you all this for just $1*. Seriously! What else can you buy for $1!
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*A bulk subscription is two or more copies and costs $1 per copy per issue + gst and P&P.
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