Summary: Makeblock mBot and mDrawbot are available on Barnes & Noble website and 650+ local stores’ featured table, based on agreement, Makeblock CEO Jasen Wang will make a speech on Mini Maker Faire of local Barnes & Noble store to talk about their process, their creations, and their vision on Nov. 6th, 2015.
According to Wikipedia, Barnes & Noble, Inc., is a Fortune 500 company, the largest retail bookseller in the United States, and a leading retailer of content, digital media and educational products in the country. The company operates 647 retail stores (as of August 1, 2015) in all 50 U.S. states. Now it starts to expand the titles on Tech & Electronics category, Makeblock mBot and mDrawbot make a difference.
“mBot and mDrawbot are attractive to Barnes & Noble customers, welcome more creative brands like Makeblock to join us!” Regina said, the organizer of Barnes & Noble Mini Maker Faire.
mBot is the STEM educational robot for kids to learn programming, electronic and more. As the best-seller on Maker Faire New York 2015, it will be the shiniest star on this Mini Maker Faire.
mDrawbot is a 4-in-1 drawing robot to break space limitation, drawing on wall, floor, egg and paper freely, in which mScara can transform to a cookie baker, mCar can be a self-balance vehicle and more! The only limitation is imagination.
Jasen Wang, the young CEO of Makeblock, who was entitled by Forbs as one of 30 Chinese Entrepreneurs under 30-year-old in China. As one of the successful start-ups, he will make a speech on local Barnes & Noble retail store on Nov. 6th, 2015, the exact location is TBD.
“That’s only the first step for Makeblock and B & N, further cooperation will be accomplished in near future, after mBot and mDrawbot draw much attention on this Mini Maker Faire,” Tony said, the sales manager of Makeblock.