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|9th July 2015, 06:26||#1|
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BBC announces school gadget
The BBC, in conjunction with Microsoft and other technology companies, has introduced a device aimed at giving school children better insight into computing.
The Micro Bit will be given to a million UK children in October this year and works with computers.
It has an array of red lights, a motion sensor and a couple of buttons and can be used to write simple code programs using a website. The programs can then be transferred to personal computers and to other devices. It also has a Bluetooth chip, an accelerometer, and a magnetometer on board.
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