Hasbro's Tiger Electronics developed a music robot dubbed A.M.P. (Automated Music Personality Robot).
If the three letter acronym reminds you on another recently introduced toy robot you are not mistaken. Sega announced the E.M.A. robot (aka WowWee Femisapien) last week. Tiger Electronics is also selling the A.M.P robot through Sega.
The A.M.P. Automated Music Personality will blast your music through his state-of-the-art stereo sound system - with attitude.
Simply plug in any MP3 player and let A.M.P. Automated Music Personality show off some of his best dance moves. Perfect for the modern lifestyle, A.M.P. Automated Music Personality stands at 29 inches tall and features a sleek black and yellow modern exterior with stylized chrome detailing.
With five different modes and over 62 sound effects, numerous electrifying dance moves and 49 expressive LED light animations.
Remote control operated and easy to use, just plug any MP3 player into A.M.P. Automated Music Personality and secure your MP3 player in the case located securely on his back.
You’ll feel the beat as A.M.P. Automated Music Personality delivers powerful stereo sound through a 5” mid-range speaker and two high output tweeters.
A.M.P. Automated Music Personality’s Dynamic Balancing Technology enables him to dance and roll balanced on two wheels. You can also add more boom to any song with the dedicated bass boost button. Take control and be the DJ as A.M.P. Automated Music Personality becomes a virtual mixing deck. His distinctive touch pads serve as a way to layer different sound effects and scratches over your tunes. Use the left touch pad to add music effects and the right touch pad to control the audio.
The A.M.P is a more advanced version of music robots we have seen already including the iDog and the crazy iZ Zizzle.
A.M.P. Automated Music Personality will be available nationwide at select consumer electronics online retailers starting this October for an approximate retail price of $500 (steep!).
More information is supposed to be on the AMPBot site soon. Via PCNews.ro.