Bladez Toyz remote control Android robot is awesome, but only for Googlers to play with

Bladez Toyz remote control Android robot is awesome, but only for Googlers to play with
Some of the coolest toys are without a doubt developed for months on end in labs until we get to see them, and even then it takes years for them to arrive in end users’ hands. But once you see something as cool as say Google’s Project Glass, you want it now and here. Sadly, this remote-controlled uber-cool Android robot made by Bladez Toyz is much like the elusive glasses - you can see it in videos, but for now it’s only available to Google employees. 


The concept is pretty simple. Bladez makes an R/C controlled base and places an inflatable body on top, and in this case this is your favorite green robot (available only to Googlers). The base itself is very agile and works like a roly-poly toy. That wobbly man toy is a round-bottomed doll which will stand up when it’s pushed even very hard because of its center of gravity and round form working their magic. It’s got wheels though so you can move it around it’d stand up even after falling. Check out the video below, and be green with envy - Googlers will be offered this for $65 later this year.

source: PocketNow



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4 Comments

1. script_writer

Posts: 56; Member since: Jun 27, 2012

i might no work for google directly but if google/android didnt exist, i'd be out the job / proberbly still working with blackberrys. i want one of these for christmas!!!

2. sorcio46

Posts: 435; Member since: Jul 27, 2011

Go take some Apples :D !

3. Non_Sequitur

Posts: 1111; Member since: Mar 16, 2012

They'll be on ebay.

4. SugarShockFrantic

Posts: 73; Member since: Jul 05, 2012

they have big android teddy bears here in NC for $50 but i still want one

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