CodeBug is Inexpensive and Easy for Users to Program

By: Jana Pijak - Apr 7, 2015
References: kickstarter & geek
Unveiled on crowdfunding website Kickstarter, CodeBug is a smart wearable that offers multiple functions at a low rate, $18 or 12 pounds to be exact. Competing with the BBC Micro, a popular device in the UK market, CodeBug immerses users into the complex world of coding and does so in a way that beginners will understand.

This smart wearable is equipped with 25 LED grid and features two push buttons on its top and bottom. The device is also fitted with a compact USB port and six gadget connectors that make syncing multiple devices easy.

While other wearables may break the bank, this affordable device is a great product for kids and teens who want to get introduced to coding. Best of all, it's budget-friendly for parents and kids alike!