New Sony AIBO ERS-7M3 Robot Dog

Posted: Sep 29 2005, 9:28am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:34pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

New Sony AIBO ERS-7M3 Robot Dog
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Sony updates it's AIBO robot dog line with the ERS-7M3.

The Sony AIBO ERS-7M3 has compared to the AIBO ERS-7M2 now voice integration. The AIBO ERS-7M3 features a 1,000 word vocabulary that enables the robot dog to react to voice commands.
The ERS-7M3 is also Sony's first Spanish-speaking robot that responds to 35 Spanish-language commands.
The champagne brown AIBO Entertainment Robot model ERS-7M3/T will sell for about $2,100. The pearl white and pearl black models (ERS-7M3/W and ERS-7M3/B, respectively) will both sell for about $2,000.
The new AIBOs will ship end of October.

One new cool feature is the RSS news reader. It enables AIBO to read its owner news or weather from the owner's choice of RSS feeds. More details on PCMag. More details in the just published Sony press-release.

The new ERS-7M3 Aibo can already be reserved on SonyStyle.

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