Here’s Your Chance To Score A Gold-painted Auto-converting Optimus Prime Robot

In 2021, Robosen Robotics shook up the Transformers fandom with the world’s first-ever auto-converting Transformers toy, the Robosen Optimus Prime. Then the company did it again with an auto-converting Optimus Prime trailer that makes the 2021 unit whole and shortly after, a lighter and smaller version, known as the Elite Optimus Prime, was introduced this …

There Is Now A Smaller Self-Transforming Optimus Prime (That Is Not Any Cheaper)

The self-transforming Transformers Optimus Prime robot toy that left fans beyond elated is back, this time lighter and a tad smaller – by the virtue of electronics miniaturization – and a teeny weeny cheaper than the original. Well, actually the latter is kind of true and untrue at the same time. But more on that …

Tesla Unveiled Development Prototype Of Optimus Robot That Moves And Walks

Elon Musk was the man who warned of a ‘Terminator’-like AI apocalypse and he was also the same person who want to put AI robots into the homes of regular people. Just last year, on Tesla AI Day 2021, Musk announced that Tesla will be developing a Tesla bot. A year on, on Tesla AI …

Robosen’s Latest Robot Toy Is A Buzz Lightyear That You Can Converse With

Robosen is a robot company best known for transforming robots like the Robosen Optimus Prime. But its latest product is a non-transforming robot that will give UBTech a run for its money. For its latest product, Robosen has teamed up with Disney and Pixar to bring Space Ranger Buzz Lightyear from Pixar’s Lightyear film to …

MetaCat AI-powered Robot Cat Takes Realism To The Next Level LED Screen Eyes

If you like the companion of a cat but are not too fond of its potential destructive behaviors like kicking vases off shelves and tables or turning every furniture into a scratching post, then perhaps an AI-powered robot cat like the Elephant Robotics MetaCat will be a better fit for you.

Another Person Strapped A Submachine Gun On A Robot Dog, This Time It’s In The U.S.

First, an art collective strapped a paintball gun onto a robot dog to demonstrate the dystopian side of robotic tech. Then we heard that somewhere in the world, outside of the United States, someone did the unimaginable: mounting an actual submachine gun on a robot dog and firing it (the gun). And it did not …