What with Bluetooth this and Bluetooth that, have you ever thought about a connected app to help with solving a puzzle cube? This year, Santa dropped a puzzle cube into everyone’s stocking. They were all different, so we had fun sharing them. But now they are all so mixed up, they will never get solved again!
What if there were a connected Puzzle Cube?
I’ve just found out that there are several STEM toys that keep your brain active with improved cognitive mapping skills, increase eye-hand agility, AND help you solve the cube. There are several. The most well-known are the Rubik’s Connected Cube, and the GoCube. They are both physical cubes that can connect to your smartphone. They track your progress and help you learn how to solve the puzzle faster.
Want to see this puzzle cube yourself?
Conclusion: Should you get a connected Puzzle Cube?
These connected puzzle cubes are great STEM toys that help you learn at the same time! They’re both available from Amazon and the GoCube website. Here are the links:
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