Ugobe Pleo Wassup Spoof [Video]

Posted: Aug 4 2007, 5:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:10am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Ugobe Pleo Wassup Spoof [Video]
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Somebody with access to three Ugobe Pleo robot dinosaurs created a Spoof of the classic Budweiser Wassup commercial (see below).

The video is kind of fun and shows that the cute Pleos can 'act'. See the video below. Thanks Robots Rule.

For a more informative video about Pleo, check out the first episode of a behind the scene video from Ugobe. The video can be found on the PleoWorld site.

When you get PLEO it is a one week old Camarasaurus that will evolve over time. Technical highlights of Pleo include two 32-bit microprocessors, four 8-bit subprocessors, 14 motors, more than 100 custom-designed gears, 38 sensors, a camera-based vision system, two speakers and multiple data ports.

The price of Pleo is $349.99 and Pleo ships on November 1st. You can pre-order the unique toy at Amazon.com.

There are many more toy robots coming this fall. Check out our Toy Robot Roundup.

Pleo Wassup Spoof:


Original Budweiser Wassup Commercial:

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