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Robosapien wins Best Toy award

RoboWe're not sure who told Hamleys that the Robosapien was a children's toy, instead of an karate chopping robotic companion for a generation of 20-something computer nerds. Well, no matter, the robot has just impressed the judges on the Hamleys awards panel - they've awarded it Best Toy 2004. The robot, designed by Nasa scientist, Mark Tilden, can perform 67 programmable functions. It sings, walks, fights, belches, snores, whistles and generally behaves like an electronic chav. Yours (or your eight year old's) for just £79



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Posted by Shiny Media on October 26, 2004 in Robots | Permalink


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