Advanced Acrobatic Robot

Advanced Acrobatic Robot

Want to impress your friends with your physical prowess but just the thought of doing a backflip causes you pain? Not a problem because you can stay right there on the couch and let the Advanced Acrobatic Robot do all of the impressing for you.

This little guy might not be the sharpest dresser in town but he definitely has the moves that will let him work the crowd. A lightweight, precision-machined aluminum composite frame and injection-molded plastic covering provides a strong frame and exoskeleton, and the 17 servos, combined with the gyro sensor and accelerometer, provide balance, stability, and lightning-quick movements. Use the included wireless gamepad remote control to make your robotic athlete do somersaults, backflips, and punches. He can even rock out with the air guitar and finish things off with a touch of class by taking a bow… and unlike when you play the air guitar, the robot actually makes music and other sound effects with its 1-watt speaker. Heck, he can even talk.

Advanced Acrobatic Robot

  • Lightweight, precision-machined aluminum composite frame and injection-molded plastic covering provides a strong frame and exoskeleton.
  • Operates for up to 40 minutes from a three-hour charge of its built-in battery using the included AC adapter.
  • Includes software that works with Windows 7, XP, and 2000 for programming additional actions using the included USB cable.
  • Ages 12 and up.
  • 13″ H x 6″ W x 2 1/2″ D. (3 lbs.)

Impress your friends by showing them how smart you were to get the Advanced Acrobatic Robot for $2400 from Hammacher Schlemmer and let the little guy handle all the physical prowess stuff. Yeah, the price tag is a little hefty but you didn’t expect all those robotic skillz to come cheap, did you?

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Marty Shaw

About Marty Shaw

Marty Shaw is a Texas-based writer, who is addicted to geeky gadgets and all things Doctor Who-related. When he's not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

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