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    Toy Fair 2017: CircuitScribe
    Hot Bionicle NewsSunday, February 4th, 2018 at 11:04pm by Danny, BZPower Reporter

    With days left before New York Toy Fair 2018, we're sorry to say we still have a few booths from the 2017 event that we need to cover. We're going to burn through all of them this week. First up, CircuitScribe, a pen that allows you to draw circuits on almost anything. Pitched as an educational product, it's also an easy way to expand your options for lighting or motorizing things you create by simply drawing with conductive filament where you'd want a wire to be. A variety of ready-to-use color-coded modules give you components to put in your circuits.

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