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   The CompuRobot and George the Robot are approx. 7" tall and have a 4-bit microprocessor that allows them to store up to 48 command sequences. These sequences are entered via a 25-key keypad located on top of CompuRobot's head. The manual includes several example programs that range from simple to advanced.
"CompuRobot" at left

 Both robots run on 4 "AA" and one 9 volt battery. They have a light mounted in there chest and motorized wheels on the bottom which allow them to roam around. You can program them to go forward, backward, right or left. There is even a demonstration button which makes them give a one minute demo of there capabilities.          "George Robot" at right

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   If you have ever seen the 1979 Disney movie, "The Black Hole" then you will agree that the "CompuRobot" and "George the Robot" are incredibly similar to the "V.I.N.C.E.N.T." robot from the movie.

   Fully programmable via 25 special program keys built into his head. CompuRobot is capable of executing complex routines including 3 different gear speeds and even sounds. He even has a built-in headlamp so you can run him in the dark.

   At left is a diagram of the CompuRobot

He was made in the 80's by Axlon

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Here is our CompuRobot with our Tekno Puppy
Here is our CompuRobot with our Tekno Puppy

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