Actroid Robot In Booth Babe Outfit

Posted: Nov 30 2005, 10:36am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:51pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Actroid Robot in Booth Babe Outfit
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AkihabaraNews has several photos of the Actroid female robot wearing plastic mini-skirt and boots - the signature outfit of Asian Trade-show Booth Babes - nice touch.

What is interesting that the robot is still called Actroid. In June we reported that the female robot is supposed to be called now Repliee Q1. I do not know how old the photos are that AkihabaraNews is featuring today. They should be from the Aichi World Expo 2005, which is long over. So it could be that the photos have been taken before they renamed the Actroid to Repliee Q1. Anyway the photos are still worth looking at.

The photos I have seen so far of the Actroid only showed her wearing conservative clothes. Now the life-like robot looks hot.AkihabaraNews is supposedly reporting some more details about their Actroid encounter tomorrow.

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