Boston Dynamics plan to sell 100 SpotMini Robot Dogs in 2019 VIDEO
Boston Dynamics founder Marc Raibert just proclaimed that the company is planning to sell 100 of its dog-like SpotMini robots in 2019. The intelligent robot pet is currently undergoing
“pre-production stages right now with 10 units already built, although not consumer ready”
Earlier this year, the robotics specialist unveiled a video that showed the SpotMini opening a door for another robot, walking in harsh terrain.
You can see a video of the SpotMini robot above.
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