RoboDynamics Introduces Luna, The World’s First Personal Robot
Luna is world’s first personal robot by RoboDynamics that incorporates design, open standards and infinite expandability into an affordable personal robot ready for mainstream adoption. Luna is the first robot to feature a native App Store, standard PC architecture, an open Linux based operating system, touchscreen display, WiFi, and multiple tactically located standard USB based expansion ports for infinite expandability.
One thousand limited edition Luna personal robots will begin shipping in 4th Quarter 2011 on a first come first serve basis with corresponding serial numbers for $3,000. General availability of Luna will begin in the second half of 2012 and pricing will be announced later this year.
The first 25 of the limited edition Luna personal robots will be auctioned off in the coming weeks and proceeds will benefit the RoboDynamics Educational Outreach Program where we will give away Luna robots to qualified students and university researchers.
To participate in the auction for the first 25 Luna personal robots or to get notified when the remaining units are available for pre-order, please visit the RoboDynamics website at http://robodynamics.com.
To learn more about Luna and how you can own your very own, visit the source!
[Source] Gizmodo via Robo Dynamics
Posted by Michael Kaudze on 05/16 at 09:56 AM