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Takara Tomy i-Sobot In Guinness World Record

Autobots….Rollout! Huh! Still dreaming of the Transformer movie? If you do, Takara Tomy i-Sobot might be a really attractive high-end toy to cheer geeks for weeks and months!

Takara Tomy, a Japanese toy marker, will likely start selling i-Sobot in the coming October to run ahead year-end sales and Christmas gift promotions. The classical i-Sobot will command a “cheaper” price tag starting from 31,290 Yen or 257 USD while the special i-Sobot edition with Webcam implant on its head will ask a price tag from 344 USD!

Japanese high-end toy marker will be selling the world smallest humanoid robot in the coming October to run ahead year-end sales and Christmas promotion!
Guinness World Record authority has officially acknowledge Takara Tomy i-Sobot as the world smallest humanoid robot in production at this time being!

Measured at 165 mm (6.5 inches) in height and 350 grams in weight, Guinness World Record authority has official acknowledge i-Sobot as the world smallest humanoid robot in production at this time being! Ideally, i-Sobot has to be scaled down in that size to serve its toy playing purpose. Otherwise, a 1.65m i-Sobot will be a best assistant for housewife!

Though it is small and “cheaper”, the robot functionality isn’t compromised!

The i-Sobot is fully functional and features 17 custom designed servomechanism (actuators) and gyro-sensor that allow it to freely moving its joints for expected performance, vivid movement, and incredible flexibility. The toy owner can command i-Sobot to perform over 200 classical actions plus special actions like dancing and guitar playing via voice command or a LCD remote control!

With these features and specifications in the current market, one can only found them on other much expensive humanoid robots!

Well, if an picture speaks thousand of words, the i-Sobot video demo will definitely speak all of them. I’m really looking forwards to have one ASAP to satisfy my childhood dreams! Take a look on the video that published in YouTube now (or below!)


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