Weaponized i-Sobot Mini Humanoid Robot Tries To Murder Your Other Toys

Remember i-Sobot, the toy once heralded as the world's smallest bipedal humanoid robot? Well someone has gone and outfitted him with all sorts of homemade weapons. Naturally, he has gone haywire and begun a campaign to eliminate the competition. [Botjunkie] » 12/22/09 7:20pm 12/22/09 7:20pm

i-Sobot Tiny Humanoid Robot Now Just Tiny $100

iSobot may no longer » 11/06/08 7:24am 11/06/08 7:24am be the world's bipedal humanoid robot, but it's still amazing, and it's had an amazing price cut too: Last year when it debuted it was over $300, now it's just $100. At that price you could practically afford a small army of them, give them a suitable evil make-over and re-enact the Orc battle…

1.4-Inch Robot to Take Over Your Desk, World

At 1.37 inches, this robot may not be as complex as the bipedal 6.3-inch Tomy iSobot—the former-smallest bipedal bot according to the Guinness book of world records—but it can do plenty of things, from walking to finding its way out of a labyrinth to play soccer. It will arrive to europe later this year and hopefully… » 10/15/08 2:30pm 10/15/08 2:30pm

i-Sobot Gets Wiimote and Nunchuck Controls

The i-Sobot may be the smallest humanoid robot that you can control, but actually controlling it requires you to enter in more difficult keypress combos than it takes to do a Babaility in Mortal Kombat. However, if you load up the i-Sobot with the Robodance 4 software, you can hook up a Wiimote and Nunchucks to… » 12/19/07 5:00pm 12/19/07 5:00pm

The I-Sobot in Action

Tomy's I-Sobot may be the world's smallest humanoid robot, but how does he move? Kind of like your dumb tubby friend from high school. He has stupid one-liner comebacks to many of your comments, "awesome" dance moves, karate actions that definitely leave something to be desired and he even loves playing the air… » 9/18/07 2:50pm 9/18/07 2:50pm

i-SOBOT, World's Smallest Humanoid Robot, Hits US Next Month

Takara Tomy's 6.5-inch, Guinness-certified "smallest humanoid robot in production," i-SOBOT, is finally making its way to our primitive shores next month. The English website and price are still "coming soon," but since this dancing, push-upping wunderbot runs about $300 in Japan, we can pretty safely guess it'll be… » 9/17/07 9:55am 9/17/07 9:55am