SAM Labs’ children’s inventor kit Curio launches worldwide

An immersive inventing kit that allows users to build and programme their own cars and games is readying to hit shelves across the globe.

The new Curio from tech specialists SAM Labs surged to success when it raised $4.5 million in funding last May.

Empowering youngsters to get hands on with smart tech, SAM Labs develops smart construction kits and aps to offer user the power of technology to build inventions.

“With the Curio building blocks and the SAM Space app, you’ll be stretching your imagination to create projects, games, inventions and hacks in no time,” read a statement from the firm.

Curio comes equipped with five paper-fold car bodies, a car base and remote control and allows kids to build and programme their own vehicles.

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