Choro Robo Q Mini Robots
Who says that robots need to be life-size? Sure, down through cinematic history, we've seen artificial beings ranging from Luke Skywalker's right-hand droids R2-D2 and C-3PO to input-craving born-again bot Johnny Five in "Short Circuit". But is it really such a good idea for them to be so big? Why not stick with something smaller so you can keep an eye on it and stick it away in a desk if it seems likely to cause trouble?
The Choro Robot Q stands a mere 3.4 cm high. That's not even half the length of a typical finger. This Japanese invention might be tiny, but it packs a powerful whallop; with the help of a remote control that doubles as a charger, you can incite it to move and even manipulate objects. Get some pals to purchase mini robots of your own and you can have your very own robot derby!
Charge this little blue and white fella up for 20 minutes and he's good to go for five, which is the perfect amount of time for a quick diversion from humdrum office life. What are you waiting for? Grab yourself a couple AAs and get ready to welcome the robot!