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For the first time in seven years, there’s a new addition to the much-loved LEGO® MINDSTORMS® theme. Well, actually, there are five…
With the new LEGO MINDSTORMS Robot Inventor 5-in-1 set, you can build the 5 robot models to walk, talk, think and do more than ever before! Each has their own unique personality and skillset that can be endlessly coded by you. Or you can invent entirely new robots like never before, thanks to the advanced building system and lightweight Hub. The only limit is what you can imagine.
Meet the GangGet to know the 5 unique characters that make up the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robot Inventor 5-in-1 set…
Our most user-friendly HubThe new and improved Hub can work autonomously or in streaming mode. Alongside its built-in speaker, each of the Hub’s 25 LEDs in its 5x5 LED matrix display can be individually coded to display numbers, words or even emojis. The Hub features six input/output ports from which you can connect LEGO® sensors and motors. You can code the Hub from the MINDSTORMS® Robot Inventor app via Bluetooth™ or USB cable.
Robotic RoyaltyWho better to test out the endless limits of this LEGO MINDSTORMS set than the undisputed Queen of Robots, Simone Giertz?!
Mindstorms Inventors:Making Robot Friends
The Robot Inventor experience
All about the app
Make your robot walk, talk and do almost anything, with just a few taps on your device.
The latest LEGO® MINDSTORMS® set comes with a brand new, free companion app, from which you can control your robot. To help you get to grips with the system, the app features more than 50 fun coding activities to complete. After mastering them, the possibilities for play are endless…
Whatever device you own, you can download our app by clicking on the relevant buttons below.
Unlike previous models, the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robot Inventor companion app offers the exact same app experience across all platforms and is available in 24 languages and dialects.Find out if your device is compatible at
Get your head in the games
Our third-generation owner Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen strongly believed that the skills children would need for future success would require them to have more confidence in science and technology – way before many people had even heard of STEM learning.
Those principles have guided the development of our sets ever since, particularly in the last 20 years, as coding and gaming have formed an increasingly central role in children’s lives.
You can find out more about our work with STEM learning, with coding and with gaming, on our dedicated interest page by clicking the link below.