Sixense continues to fight against all odds to put STEM on the market, while continuing to manufacture and ship prototypes as fast as it can. After failing the latest FCC tests, they have been forced to make important changes.
The most striking thing is that the radio frequency adapters that are responsible for communication with STEM devices will no longer be coupled to the base, as they had been showing since the first prototypes.
Now they will go in an external HUB, similar to the one you can see in this image.
Sixense like to thank all the support received during the Kickstarter campaign, but says that the same is just that, a fundraising campaign, not a purchase or a pre-purchase, therefore does NOT support returns from the teams STEM sold during the Kickstarter campaign, but says nothing of the precompras made later through its website. They also don’t talk about the delivery date, so we’ll assume that the valid date today is the one they communicated in the previous update: September of this year.