New Wow Wee RoboSapien Fast Moving Toy Robot

Posted: Feb 21 2004, 10:55am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:18pm CDT , in Hot Gadgets


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New Wow Wee RoboSapien Fast Moving Toy Robot

Toy maker Wow Wee introduces new humanoid Toy Robot.

The "RoboSapien" is a full function fast moving robot. The device is currently in development and should be available to international markets in mid 2004. More Details on Wow Wee Site.

Estimated price: approximately $99USD.

Wow Wee was founded in 1982 by two brothers Peter and Richard Yanofsky. Wow Wee focuses on high-tech toys, animatronics etc.

Wow Wee RoboSapien Features:

- Real multi-speed fast dynamic walking, running, and turning.
- Fast, full function arms with two types of grippers.
- 67 pre-programmed functions including pick-up, throw, kick, sweep,dance, fart, beltch, rap, and half-a-dozen different kung-fu moves.
- Speaks fluent international "caveman".
- Programmable "reflexes" to touch, pickup, kicks, or sound.
- Up to 84 program steps, with 4 program modes for advanced operations, .
- No computer required, all functions handled by ergonomic remote control.
- Runs on regular batteries for over 6 hours.
- Three demonstration modes: Disco dance, Rude behavior, and Kung Fu kata.
- Simple enough for kids, advanced enough for adults, it's like a video game character for the home.

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