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RoboPhilo Features Twenty Programmable Parts for Under $500

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With 20 programmable servos, which can be with a PC or included remote, the RoboPhilo looks like a sweet weekend hobby project. At first glance, RoboPhilo looks like that RoboSapien which is all looks and no performance. But according to Technabob, RoboPhilo is highly advanced for only costing $499, and if the video is any indication, I'd also agree.

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The 20 programmable servos control major limbs like arms and legs, his head, and all the joints inbetween. RoboPhilo stands 13-inches tall, assembled and ready to use out of the box, meaning this could be fun for robo-builders of all skill levels. [RoboBrothers via Robots-Dreams via Technabob]

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I had the priveledge of being at the chicago hobby show when the robophilo was unveiled, and there was even robot fights and demos. I can easily say that this robot is worth two thousand dolars, and that its five hundred dollar price tag is a steal. If youre even slightly interested in buying a robot, get this. Its easy to use and awesome!