The team behind the FUZE – a highly regarded programming and electronics workstation designed to make real programming easy and accessible to children and adults alike, have released a tribute special edition unit styled up like the BBC Micro. Initially only 100 units are being made.
The FUZE is an all-in-one computing workstation that houses the Raspberry Pi and comes with the easy-to-learn FUZE BASIC language and electronic components (LEDs, buttons, a light sensor, resistors, etc). Fun and simple to use for both parents and children.
We’ve got a competition on right now where you can win one of five FUZEs – check out our coding challenge. (We’re extending the closing date to give you all a little more time to finish up your projects over the festive break.)
If you can’t wait to get your hands on one though, the FUZE is available to buy as just a case, with the Raspberry Pi included, or as a full package including the robot arm.
The FUZE T2-A Tribute Special Edition is available to buy for £229.99 (without the robot arm) or £269.99 (with the robot arm) from www.fuze.co.uk/shop
For more information on the FUZE, check out www.fuze.co.uk.