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Robosapien Robot
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  • Infra Red Remote Controller
  • Up to 84 program steps, with 4 program modes for advanced operations
  • No computer required, an ergonomic remote control handles all functions and programming
  • Runs on regular batteries for over 6 hours
  • 3 demonstration modes: Dance, kung fu and "personality"
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Product Details
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 Based on 67 reviews.
  • Sales Rank: 805

Customer Reviews

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

5Robosapien Rocks!, Apr 21, 2023
I love this robot, in fact I bought two regular Robosapiens and one mini Robosapien. It has a ton of personality, great sounds, and most importantly, it's funny as hell. There are over 67 different moves it can make. It actually walks and turns quite well, and runs for a long time on one set of batteries, which much longer than other robot toys I have.

In addition, there are tons of modifications out there that you can try, to enhance the Robot. Just search Google or Amazon's A9 for "Robosapien Hacks". There are also great free programs that you can use to greatly extend the "play life" of this little guy.

My personal favorite is a free open source program on SourceForge that let's you control him with your voice, and easily create complex scripts to make him do all sorts of wonderful thing. It's great for impressing your friends or making your own robot movies. Unfortunately you need a Windows computer and an infrared transmitter to run the program, but you can get the transmitter for cheap and most of us already have a Windows computer.

Just go to SourceForge and search for "Robosapien". It's called the Robosapien Dance Machine.

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:

3Entertaining for a short time, Apr 16, 2023
I had higher expectations but this was for my son in the first place, I'm not sure he shares my expectations but the robot isn't getting much use so that may say something in itself.

The fluid motion is actually kind-of cool to watch, atleast for a short time.

He can't grab anything but the cup without a lot of trial and error and the objects have to be at his side in just the right place. I was under a false assumption that you could literally make incremental movements like moving the arm and hand to just the right spot then grab etc. you can't, you have a button for "pick up" and that's one motion targeting the pickup to one particular spot - the ankle area.

he looks like he's going to fall down when he walks, he doesn't it's part of the motion, sort-of an overdramatic swagger which is fun for awhile.

He throws things interestingly, that's providing you can get something picked up.

The controls are complicated but with a little time you can make sense of them.

The programing of multiple tasks aren't saveable. you loose them once you shut him off.

So this device is relegated to crashing through blocks while pretending it's doing more things. For the money I don't believe it's all that it's cracked up to be.

1 of 4 people found the following review helpful:

3do not buy, Apr 7, 2023
if you are going to waist mony this robot then go to E-clec-tech and spend $160.00 on a pino dx.

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:

44 year old loves it, Apr 3, 2023
My four year old received it for Christmas. No problem playing with it, making it do commands,etc.. He loves it!!

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

1 FOR GEEKS ONLY!, Mar 4, 2023
Unless you have a high IQ please don't even bother use. I got one for Xmas. It was incredibly hard to get out the box and we had to buy batteries too. Finally on mine the infra-red signal (what makes him "obey your commands") was totally broke. Even if he hadn't been broke it wouldn't have been much fun since you have to use color codes on the remote which is so complicated an adult would have a hard time working the robot. You are better off buying a more creative robot kit that actually lets you build the robot. This kit is for uncreative geeks only.


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