Illustration for article titled 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 to the US soon, because I want a full army of them, like the girl in the product shot from the Robo Japan expo. [Toylogy]


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