The ReCon 6.0 programmable rover is not only a fun and cool looking robot, it’s also meant to function as a learning tool for your kids, allowing them to program code and create missions for the robotic toy.
If a Hello Kitty laptop, keyboard and webcam isn’t enough to satisfy your desire for computer accessories inspired by the popular Japanese Sanrio cat, here’s a little USB desktop robot to keep you company and hopefully get you one step closer to the ultimate Hello […]
The SantaBot, as ThinkGeek have decided to call this 2GB Christmas spirit USB drive, looks like some kind of mix between an alien, Santa Claus, a robot and an elf.
After been moonlighting as a fridge, an aquarium and lots of other strange things, it’s time for everyone’s favorite tin can astromech droid to enter yet another new role: a money bank.
This series of USB 2.0 compliant flash drives features a design inspired by retro style robots and they are offered in four different colors: green, blue, yellow and purple.
Robert Matysiak, a member of the popular social commerce website Etsy, has created this cool looking retro inspired desk lamp.
For those of you who enjoyed the Transformers USB Flash Drive from last year, here’s a new USB 2.0 compliant model that will transform from a red sporty car into a robot.
The new MIDbot is a robot that can be monitored via Skype or other video chatting software.
This USB 2.0 flash drive comes with a 4 gigabyte large storage capacity and a design that may bring the thoughts to a certain golden shiny protocol droid from the Star Wars saga.
The creators of the 6-in-1 Solar Robot are back with a new cool eco-friendly product.
This colorful and playful series of USB flash drives consists of six different models in various shapes and colors – all designed to look like cute little toy robots.
This awesome little manga inspired robot has been created by a Japanese person who goes under the nickname Clockwork and who is a true fan of the manga culture and robotics.
With this cool DYI solar robot kit you will get six types different robots for the price of one.
This USB mouse can be transformed into the shape of the Trypticon character and it will look great together with the Optimus Prime Transformers 4-Port USB Hub.
It’s not the first time this tin can astromech droid gets filled with water. Last year we could see R2-D2 as an aquarium with a built-in periscope, and now the design of the popular Star Wars robot has been used for a water bottle.
Fans of the Transformers robots will soon be able to get their hands on a new edition of Takara Tomy’s classic Transformers wristwatch that was first released in the 80s.
Yes, those popular Transformers robots sure come in all shapes and sizes.
The talented Japanese 3D artist Kazushi Kobayashi has created the Chubu 01 – a line of beautiful mecha robot models described as something from “a parallel 50s where the robots are the most popular transport system”.
Honda has tested a 49-foot replica of their ASIMO humanoid robot, that’s 12 times the height of the original. The animated replica will be a guest of honor at the 120th Rose Parade as well as kick off Honda’s 50th anniversary of U.S. operations.
We’ve seen the Transformers, Superman, Batman and Darth Vader do it. Now it’s also time for Pixar’s trash-compacting robot Wall-E to take the shape of a laptop to teach your kids about about maths, grammar and other important stuff.