Rad 4 Robot With Voice
This voice-command, radio-control robot is made of tough gray plastic with red stripes on his shoulders.
It's hard to think of a cool, big present for older boys, but the RAD 4.0 Robot will solve that dilemma with style. This voice-command, radio-control robot is made of tough gray plastic with red stripes on his shoulders. He has a traditional humanoid robot shape with a broad-chested body, wide-set eyes, a black mouth with speaker, digital lights and sound, and articulated arms with hands that can hold an object. The RAD Robot moves in two drive speeds and his radio controller conveniently stores atop his head. He also has artificial intelligence (the 4.0 model has command of a 50-plus word vocabulary) and the latest in voice-recognition technology with the ability to respond to anyone's voice to perform a full-function range of motor and non-motor responses. The RAD Robot has a defense system, too, as he can fire three foam missiles from the cannon on his chest. He's also able to eavesdrop on conversations or watch over your stuff when set in guard mode. The RAD Robot requires a 6-volt battery and charger, and a 9-volt battery, none of which are included.
A voice-command, radio-controlled robot offers a captivating experience that feels like a step into the future. Kids and adults alike are thrilled by the ability to control a robot not just through a remote, but with their own voice. Commands like "move forward," "turn left," and even more complex instructions bring the robot to life, making the interaction feel incredibly personal and immersive. It's not just a toy; it's like having a small, mechanical companion that listens and responds to you. These robots often come with a variety of functions and features, from LED lights to built-in games, enhancing the sense of wonder. The technology integrates learning and play, potentially sparking interest in robotics, programming, and engineering among young users.