Robo-Q, the smallest walking bipedal robots in the world

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Takara Tomy released the Robo-Q, which they claim is the smallest walking bipedal robot in the world, in February. They’re just 3.4 cm tall, and they’re super cute. Also, from the promotional videos and pics it looks like they’re geared towards couples and kids, not hard core robokit fans. He can do things like walk around your desktop without crashing into things, or play soccer with his mini-robot friends. Do any of you remember playing with the tiny toy cars called Choro-Q? My brother used to collect them. Anyway, this is the sister brand of that.

2 thoughts on “Robo-Q, the smallest walking bipedal robots in the world

  1. Don’t worry…if it’s in anyway a hit in Japan (or it seems if I buy it for people when I’m there on my business trips) it will end up on Thinkgeek.com (>_<)