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For dedicated Mindstormers already sold on Lego, the NXT system's pleasant and capable software package is almost worth the price of entry by itself. quote


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Ars Technica Aug 30, 2006

This is a wonderful toy for adults and kids to use together. Adults can help a frustrated child visualize the best way to solve a design problem, while the kids can remind the adults of the sheer exuberance of creation.

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8.0
Gizmodo Jul 3, 2006

For dedicated Mindstormers already sold on Lego, the NXT system's pleasant and capable software package is almost worth the price of entry by itself.

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7.0
MobileMag Jul 31, 2006

If you’re a fan of the previous sets, and/or a robotics nut, then this system will definitely keep you busy… just don’t go in hoping you’re going to program your “Alpha Rex” to go fetch you a beer a few hours after you open the package. I made that mistake. I’m still thirsty.

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MakeUseOf Jul 11, 2013

At $280, LEGO Mindstorms NXT 2.0 is expensive, but like all LEGO products it’s a gift that will last for generations. ... I guarantee you’ll have fun with this, and I can’t wait to see what you come up with.

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