Vstone Robovie robot at CES 2011

This video was filmed by Charbax of http://ARMdevices.net at CES 2011

The Vstone Robovie, also known as Kumotek KT-X is sold for $1500 and provides for some pretty impressive programmable moves, it’s bluetooth controlled. The robot comes with an easy to use (so they say) programming interface for inventing new moves, triggering more sounds and doing more fun things with it. You can find more information about this robot and more robots being made by this manufacturer at http://kumotek.com/products/humanoid.htm

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25 thoughts on “Vstone Robovie robot at CES 2011

  1. @tanvir433 an is …
    @tanvir433 an is always used before words that start with a vowel. like “i ate an apple” or “i saw an elephant”

  2. hay make a video …
    hay make a video with the robot vex me and my friends r building those in tech ed at school loll 🙂 thx

  3. @a712000 he …
    @a712000 he assassinates people. you enter name, age, location, daily routine and he deals with the rest.

  4. @a712000 It tells …
    @a712000 It tells you to learn how to use correct grammar right before you put up a comment.

  5. @iDoiStuff if im …
    @iDoiStuff if im not mistaken, the box that says playstation on it is just a reciever for playstation controllers. xbox isnt very popular in japan, so why would they use an xbox controller?

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