Bandai Japan unveils NetTansor, a tiny robot that boasts integrated 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, a built-in webcam, bi-directional voice communication, and a host of sensors to avoid crashing into walls. One drawback, it’s priced at a hefty $421.

You can communicate with the bot via e-mail (no word on whether he’ll write back) and he’s got enough juice in him to give you 2 and a half hours of voyeuristic fun. However, at 290-mm/11.4-inches high and 980-grams/2.2-pounds in chub, he’s not the sneakiest bot in the world

[via engadgetGizmodo]

Bandai Japan unveils NetTansor, a tiny robot that boasts integrated 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, a built-in webcam, bi-directional voice communication, and a host of sensors to avoid crashing into walls. One drawback, it’s priced at a hefty $421.

You can communicate with the bot via e-mail (no word on whether he’ll write back) and he’s got enough juice in him to give you 2 and a half hours of voyeuristic fun. However, at 290-mm/11.4-inches high and 980-grams/2.2-pounds in chub, he’s not the sneakiest bot in the world

[via engadgetGizmodo]