Wall-E Ultimate Control Robot Available For Pre-Order

Posted: Aug 11 2008, 1:26pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:58am CDT, in Hot Gadgets


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Here is another very hot toy for the Holidays. We already reported about the Elmo Live Pre-order start earlier today. Now we are bringing you news about the cutest robot of 2008: Disney's Wall-E. The Wall-E Ultimate Control Robot from Disney is the most advanced Wall-E replica robot and is now available for pre-order on Toys'R'Us for $249.99. Wall-E Ultimate Control robot already ships on September 13th, but that could be a mistake as the editor of RobotsRule told me. He got a shipping date of Mid-October after he pre-ordered this Wall-E robot.
Disney announced the Ultimate Wall-E robot in April.
The Ultimate WALL-E features 10 motors providing for advanced movement and animation. Ultimate WALL-E is programmed by a remote that is easy enough for kids to operate and the toy features a follow-me and voice activated mode.
The 16 inch tall Wall-E ultimate robot interactive original character voice, pre-programmed SFX and a range of fun interfaces. Audio sensors in his body allow him to respond (turns his head to the source) and react (then turns his body to the source and talk) for a very life-like, interactive experience.
More details on Toys'R'Us.(Thanks RobotsRule).

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