Coder MiP wows The Apprentice teams
Contestants on the BBC show battled it out to represent WowWee's programmable robot in latest task
In the exciting third episode of The Apprentice, aired on the BBC last night (18 October 2017), both teams battled it out to secure Coder Mip from WowWee as their top choice to represent in the robotic toys sales task.
Impressing The Apprentice candidates with its fun personality, programmable coding features and famous two-wheel balancing motion, both Apprentice teams wanted to represent WowWee’s Coder Mip.
Presented on the show by Lauren DeLord, Senior Marketing Manager for Jazwares, the UK Distributor for WowWee, it was now down to Lauren to make the tough choice to select a team to represent Coder MiP. Despite a valiant effort to win, the team were unfortunately beaten to the post to win the overall task.
Lauren said: “We were delighted that both teams selected Coder MiP. The selected team impressed me with their enthusiasm and questioning of the product features. Coder MiP is a fantastic product that is fun and also helps kids develop their coding skills!”
Coder MiP is the programmable version of the hit balancing MiP robot. Kids can control their robot's actions and reactions with simple drag-and-drop commands using the brand new app on a tablet or smartphone. Coder MiP communicates through motion, sounds, and LED lights in his eyes and chest, and kids can play fun games and drive the robot. His sensors allow him to navigate his surroundings and respond to hand gestures.