Friday, 13 January 2012

Justin Bieber robot speakers

Justin Bieber robot speakers
Justin Bieber robot speakers - Justin Bieber Unveils New mRobo Ultra ROBOT JUSTIN BIEBER, Bieber shows off robot speakers, Pop star Justin Bieber, 17, appeared at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to introduce a new robot (which singer was there last year?). The mRobo Ultra Bass is a portable speaker that grows a head, arms and legs and dances once the music starts. The gadget is set to be in stores this fall for $199.

Here’s Justin Bieber and two other people who aren’t Justin Bieber (OUTTA THE WAY YOU TWO NOTBEEBZ!) at the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas unveiling the ‘mRobo Ultra’ Bass Portable Speaker And Dancing Robot, a small robot capable of blasting music and dancing:
It’s a very tiny white man that cranks out beats, dances with flawless precision, and is immune to aging – ladies and gentleman, society has officially created a robot Justin Bieber. Could this be the crossing-over ‘Judgement Day’ point prophesied in the Terminator films? Since this comprises the entirety of my robotics knowledge, I can only say “Definitely yes.”
After the jump, check out an incredible video of the ROBOBEIBER in action:
Yep, it’s only a matter of time before a bunch of these malfunction and turn evil and it’s up to Will Smith to stop them, and also the bad ones have a red light so we can tell they’re the bad ones (too late to keep sh*tting on I, Robot? That’s a pretty evergreen reference, right? I don’t care if Justin Bieber was like negative eighty when that movie came out.)

Among the star power at the Consumer Electronics Show — 50 Cent,, Snooki, Dennis Rodman, blah, blah blah — there’s Canadian teeny bopper Justin Bieber, who loaned his name to help Vietnamese robotics company TOSY launch the mRobo.

Apparently there’s a market demand for dancing robot speakers, because that’s exactly what the mRobo is. In its dormant state, the 3.3-pound robot is a block measuring about 8-inches tall. But once you start the music, mRobo, which has 2 GB of internal memory, finds its groove, stretching its limbs out and transforming into an 18-inch dancing robot. It comes programmed with moves, but like any good robot, mRobo can analyze music to boggie to any genre of music.

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