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$749
Aire Self-Flying Robot

Imagine with just a simple voice command like, “Hey, Alexa – ask Aire to take a picture,” you activate a self-flying robot to lift off from its charging dock, hover above your family, and capture a 360-panorama HD-quality aerial shot all from the comforts of your living room. The same robot can send a live streaming 4K video of each floor in your apartment while you’re away on vacation – keeping your home fully monitored by activating its anomaly detection feature. Introducing Aire by Aevena Robotics – a cutting-edge autonomous flying assistant designed to safely navigate around your home.

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$299
MOAI Robot

If you’re an aquarium hobbyist and want to upgrade the entertainment value of your fish tank, the MOAI cleaning robot is an incredible purchase. Capable of cleaning your aquarium while capturing real-time streaming video of all the underwater action, the MOAI Robot gives you complete control of your fish tank whether you’re home or at work. You’ll never miss what’s going on in your fish tank.

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$499
HEXA

Whether you want your robot to dance anytime your smartphone buzzes or have Hexa give you the full weather forecast/traffic report the moment your alarm goes off, Vincross’ Linux-based MIND system gives beginner programmers an open-SDK platform for creativity. Equipped with a full suite of sensors that include voice activation, Hexa is only limited by the programmer’s imagination.

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$399
Intel Euclid

The much-anticipated release of Intel’s Euclid computer has arrived. With an estimated ship date scheduled for May 31st, the action-packed developers kit comes with an Intel RealSense depth camera, 4GB of memory, and an Intel Atom x7-8700 Quad Core Processor. The out-of-the-box ready Intel-engineered kit is pre-installed with both Ubuntu 16.04 and Robotic Operating Systems – all you need is just the device.

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$2,999
DOBOT M1

The DOBOT M1 is an industrial-grade extendable robotic arm capable of cutting, moving, 3D printing, picking up, and soldering.

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Line-us

Described as an “extension of the human hand,” Line-us follows the same order as the person who drew it – making it easy to see how other artist drawings came to life.

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$1,129
uArm Swift Pro

Whether it’s 3D printing, laser engraving, writing, or painting – the uArm Swift is an Arduino-based desktop robotic arm with a 12-bit encoder.

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$700
Olly Robot

The new year has arrived in full force with a myriad of technological marvels being unveiled at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, with a sharp uptick in the prevalence of smart bots. Olly, a quirky home assistant developed by UK startup Emotech, ultimately seeks to stand out from the competition by offering a more personalized approach to in-home robotics.

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Starship Delivery Robot
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Starship Delivery Robot

With drones, driverless cars, and unmanned vehicles being all the rage in the tech world, Starship Technologies seeks to bring something different to the table: ground-bound autonomous bots that can bring you what you need, when you need it.

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$399
Tennibot

Innovative tech startup Tennibot created a smart robotic ball collector that sweeps the tennis courts – retrieving your practice shots.

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$7,990
NAO Humanoid

Don’t let its 58cm stature fool you – NAO is a humanoid robot armed with a host of sensors, motors, cameras and an intuitive AI platform open to developers.

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Knightscope K5

Designed to assist security officers in corporate environments, malls, hospitals, etc., K5 uses an arsenal of sensors to not only capture criminal activity in real-time but report it to authorities instantaneously.