The new WowWee robots to be featured at CES 2007 are out in the open. Gizmodo reports about the Roboboa, RoboPanda and the Dragonfly.
Engadget features the new WowWee RoboQuad and the Singing Elvis head (photo below).
The details on each new WowWee robot are still incomplete, but I am already unimpressed. The new WowWee creations are not quickening my pulse.
Engadget also has a video of the Elvis head and the spider robot called RoboQuad.
See also our target="_blank">Video report from CES Unveiled featuring WowWee Elvis and RS Media.
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