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- Packed with 400 parts, including bricks, rods and connectors, for lots of open-ended building fun
- Includes ideas/instructions for 20+ models or use your own imagination
- Handy storage tub means you can take the fun with you and clean-up is easy
- For ages 7+
Your little motor man will be very busy with this K’Nex model kit that lets him build his own trucks, motorcycles and aircraft. The cool kit includes 400 colorful building pieces, as well as a spring motor that powers the models. Step-by-step, color-coded instructions show how to make 32 different models in a variety of themes. A plastic storage tub keeps all the pieces in one place.Loaded with 400 parts, including bricks, for lots of open-ended fun and endless building and play opportunities! Includes instructions and ideas for 20 models or use your imagination to dream up your own creations. The convenient storage tub means there is always a place to put your parts or take the fun with you wherever you go! Plus the parts and the tub are all made in the USA. For ages 7+.
K’NEX Value Tub – Loaded with 400 parts for lots of open-ended fun and endless building and play opportunities!
Includes instructions/ideas for 20 different models
Packed with 400 parts, including bricks, rods and connectors!
Imagine….Build….Play! Imagine the possibilities to choose from with this 400 Piece Value Tub from K’Nex. Build large, complex toys or create a whole collection of toys to play with! With connectors, rods, bricks and wheels the sky is the limit to what you can create. Utilize the instruction/ideas to create 20 different models. Or, dare yourself and your imagination to build your own design using as many of the parts as you can. It’s easy to snap together the rods, connectors, and bricks to make a new design, or add wheels to make a vehicle. Whatever you can imagine, you can build it and then have fun playing with it!
20 Building Ideas/Instructions!
The 400 Piece Value Tub includes instructions and building ideas for 20 different models that you can create and build. You can build everything from an airplane to a rocket ship, from a dragster to a truck, or a Ferris wheel. The easy to follow color coded instructions provide a step by step guide to each model, from beginning to end, with a picture of the finished model, so that you can have fun building and then playing. Just choose which one you want to build and get started. Or, design your own creation and build whatever you can imagine!
Easy clean up!
The convenient storage tub makes for easy clean up, just drop the parts into the tub when finished building and snap on the lid. It’s as easy as that! Or, bring the tub with you, wherever you go, for fun and building at any time.
What’s In The Box?
400 rods, connectors, wheels and bricks. Instruction sheet and storage tub.
K’NEX building sets are loaded with parts and building ideas!
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Ever since Acer’s Linxian Lang said that Microsoft would eat “hard rice” for building its own Windows RT hardware, the company has treated the operating system with something bordering on contempt. When asked about Acer’s long-gestating RT device, Acer president Jim Wong said “to be honest, there’s no value doing [hardware for] the current version of RT.” Given the underwhelming interest in RT gear that other companies have reported, we’re not sure if Wong’s comments qualify as a sick burn or merely kicking an adolescent piece of software when it’s down.
Acer is clearly and closely aligned with Windows, but there’s one part of Microsoft’s strategy it’s not buying into just yet. At an event on Friday in New York — in the middle of a sea of newly-announced Windows products — company President Jim Wong told PCWorld that Acer won’t build a Windows RT tablet until Windows RT 8.1 comes out. “To be honest, there’s no value doing the current version of RT,” he said. We may not have to wait long, though: Wong also alluded to Windows RT 8.1 coming in the second half of this year.
Acer has a fairly turbulent history with Windows RT, but has repeatedly said it’s committed to building products with Microsoft’s low-powered OS. And with Windows RT 8.1, which promises to bring a number of…
Tesla ups longest financing term from 63 to 72 months, guarantees highest resale value of any premium sedan
Last week, Tesla gave some good news to owners of its electric autos — an unconditional warranty on Model S power packs and the availability of Roadsters and Model S’s as loaner models should your EV be laid up for repairs. Today on a media call, Elon Musk announced a new financing option for would-be buyers and informed us that Teslas have a higher resale value than any other car. Because of this, Musk is personally guaranteeing that his cars will have a higher resale value than those from major luxury brands like BMW, Audi and Jaguar (which broadens the guarantee beyond the old one that had the value pegged to the residual value of a Benz S-class). Additionally, the company is now upping its longest financing option from 63 to 72 months to make it easier for folks to get in the driver seat.
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If you’re keeping track of the multiple, and let’s face it, tedious Samsung / Apple patent debacle, a file that simply cranked up at the ITC might spell more difficulty for the Korean maker. It’s a publicly redacted version of Judge Pender’s suggestions, and refer to the October ruling that considered Samsung borrowed four of Cupertino’s designs. The most iconic being design patent D618,678 (that which you see above). The others include multi-touch patent 7,479,949 (which was tentatively invalidated) along with two other marketer patents (RE41,922 and 7,912,501) connecting to visual show elements and audio hardware detection. If the suggestions are embraced– and FOSS Patents suggests this is totally possible– Samsung could possibly face an US import ban after a 60 day presidential review, an order prohibiting “considerable” sales of borrowing products in America in addition to an uploading a bond for 88 percent of the gotten in value of mobile phones (plus 32.5 percent for media users and 37.6 percent for tablets) that consist of the breaching design attributes. Pender has, however, supposedly cleared numerous Samsung “designarounds” which, if carried out to contentment, would indicate the tech giant might continue investing. In the meantime however, the suggestions are awaiting the Commission’s testimonial.
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Apple executives will put the spotlight on the iPad’s educational value tomorrow at its planned San Jose event, according to a new Bloomberg Businessweek report. The report cites “a person with knowledge of the planning” of the event as the source, but doesn’t go into further detail about how specifically they’ll be promoting it from an educational perspective. But if Apple’s introducing a lower-cost iPad mini as expected, the benefits in terms of institutional purchases are obvious.
At a reported starting price of around $ 329, the iPad mini would be a full $ 170 cheaper than the latest iPad, and $ 70 cheaper than the current selling price of the iPad 2. That’s bound to attract interest from educators, given that iPads are already being adopted by many school districts in the U.S., both in pilot programs and in full-scale deployment, as in the San Diego Unified School District, which is deploying around 26,000 iPads to students this year.
Apple has also been pushing education initiatives on the software side in the past couple of years, with dedicated iTunes U applications for instructors, teachers and students, and an iBooks publisher geared towards creating interactive, rich media-filled digital textbooks for educational use. That attention isn’t going unnoticed – back in August, IDC released a market share report regarding worldwide tablet shipments and noted that education in particular is a vertical where interest in Apple’s tablet is on the rise.
Promoting the iPad as an educational tool will likely involve not only highlighting the device’s past and current success in this area, but also making a concerted, forward-looking sales pitch as well. Others have clearly noticed that the education market is a clear area for promoting tablet growth, like Amazon, which recently added to the existing appeal of its bargain-basement Kindle Fire pricing (a souped up version of last year’s model retails for $ 159) with a new free Whispercast mobile device management platform that lets schools easily deploy updates and content to a whole fleet of Kindle hardware, with support for Kindle Fire Android software coming soon.
Apple has first-mover advantage, which is important with education markets, since the processes involved in making institution-wide IT procurement decisions can take quite a while to get rolling, and it’s hard to switch horses mid-race. But Amazon’s clearly playing hardball with education, which not only leads to higher device sales near-term, but also exposes whole new generations to a company’s devices early on in life. Education could be where the sparks really fly as Apple diversifies its tablet lineup, and it’ll be interesting to see how the company girds for that battle on stage at tomorrow’s event, should this report prove accurate.
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T-Mobile coaxing unlocked iPhone users to its network with Value Plan push, aggressive in-store service
If, like T-Mobile, you are among the few significant US networks that doesn’t carry the iPhone, there’s a couple of stages you have to go with. First comes the heavy-handed tips, then you pull a racy natural leather number from the wardrobe prior to proclaiming that you’re fine without it and never desired the thing anyhow. Now it’s struck stage 4– throwing caution to the wind and inviting individuals to deliver their uncovered mobile into shops and subscribe for its $ 70-a-month limitless plan anyway. From September 12th, iPhone 4S display units will be presented in shops, with helpful sales personnel around to switch out your AT&T microSIM for one of its very own. You’ll additionally be able to find network-specific applications like myAccount, Visual Voicemail and T-Mobile TELEVISION when they’re ready– which is one means of encouraging you away from updating to whatever’s beginning Wednesday.
Filed under: Mobile phones, MobileT-Mobile coaxing uncovered iPhone users to its network with Value Plan push, aggressive in-store service originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 10 Sep 2012 12:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for usage of feeds. Permalink|| E-mail this|Comments
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