Win a WowWee CHiP the robotic dog!


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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*A bulk subscription is two or more copies and costs $1 per copy per issue + gst and P&P.

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