A New Korean Robot To Compete With Banryu

Posted: Mar 8 2004, 7:57am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:21pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
A New Korean Robot To Compete with Banryu
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There is a new robot in town which wants to guard your home. This new security robot, which currently has no name, is designed by the Korean company Mostitech and will be distributed starting in June by Korea's top mobile carrier, SK Telecom.

With its price tag of only $850, it will be a serious competitor for Banryu (we reported yesterday about this new robot), which costs $18,000.

The unnamed robot is 50 centimeters tall and weighs only 12 kilograms. In case of emergency, such as a fire, its cameras can take snapshots and send them to the owner's cell phone. Likewise, if an unexpected visitor is entering your home, you'll receive his picture on your phone.
It also can entertain your kids by reading them a book. The Korea Times tells us the story while this overview provides some pictures of the cute unnamed robot.





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