Sega IDog Music Pet Robot On Sale Now!

Posted: Apr 2 2005, 12:07am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:12am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Sega iDog Music Pet Robot on Sale Now!
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Japanese Gadget Exporter AudioCubes has the new interactive Sega iDog music robot dog on sale.

Sega announced the music loving robot dog in January 2005 in Japan.

The iDog is capable of changing its feelings from happy to angry by moving it's ears and rotating the head and by changing the color of the 7 LED lights on its head. The idog music bot has stored music sequences and melodies it will play based on the interaction with its sensors. For instance it gets happy when users touch its ears and pad on its head. It gets surprised when users touch its nose or wave in front of him. The Sega iDog will become angry when users touch its tail.
A MP3 Player like the iPod can be attached to the iDog via 3.5mm audio cable. IT has a mono-speaker built-in. A microphone is also present in the iDog.
The Sega Toys iDog measures 116x107x100mm. Batteries hold for 3 hours.

AudioCubes sells the iDog for $89.00.

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