Saturday, December 27, 2014

Have been playing with SBrick these days...

Yes, as the title suggests I've playing a bit with a couple of SBrick prototypes (v3 and v4.1) these days, while the definitive are on their way to my mailbox.

Since a couple of profiles were prepared for some of my favorite LEGO Technic official models which run with the iOS app, I started doing some footage last weekend and here it follows the results...

I started with 8043S in front of a real Excavator and Wheel Loader in a seaside rock jetty repair scenario.
It was a sunny day in December, so it was nearly impossible to see what's going on in the iPhone app and I didn't have the laptop with me to capture it.

Then I've done something similar with 8043S at home. This time I've capture the iPhone screen while controlling my favorite Excavator, and added it to the video.

Followed by some time to play with something else, so I picked my 8275S to play a bit!

And finally I recorded also a video, while controlling the SBrick ports with a control app for Android, from Nordic Semiconductor.

Now I'll rest waiting for the final SBricks to arrive, and continue preparing my reviews for the 1H2015 LEGO Technic sets!


Dave said...

Great review! For those who want to play with an SBrick themselves, they can visit the SBrick website ( ) and the SBrick Store ( ).

Ondra said...

What about making post about leaked 2h 2015 set names?Fire plane, truss crane and mercedes benz arocs 3245 as main flagship with price 230 $ .

Fernando Correia said...


You're right, although I've so many posts delayed and other things ongoing, that's been quite difficult to prioritize... :P

Ondra said...

I think that 2H flagship is main priority for page like this(Page that I love :-) ).

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