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   RoboScout was made and distributed by the Sharper Image Company from 2000-2002. He originally was sold for $699.00 and only a few of them are known to exist today. 

   RoboScout has large dynamic eyes that see through a hidden surveillance camera. Its transmitter sends clear images even in near darkness to a 3" x 4" screen on a wireless remote control center. 

   Move the robot's eyes and camera to either side and tilt its body up or down. A built-in microphone pick up sounds and transmits what RoboScout hears & see's to the remote control. You can even have conversations back and forth remotely. RoboScout Remote Control w/ LCD Screen

   RoboScout's infrared sensors detect obstacles in its way, triggering amusing sounds and phrases from its extensive vocabulary. If RoboScout collides with an object it might say "Where did that come from"? RoboScout's wireless remote manages all of it's functions guiding him forward, back, right, left, spinning around and stop. Whenever RoboScout speaks its mouth moves and LED lights blink in sync with the sounds.

   There are special modes and features which give it unparalleled versatility (for the year 2000). In "SENTRY" mode, RoboScout passive infrared sensors can detect motion and trigger a series of voice alerts. Switch to "MONITOR" mode and you could keep an eye on a sleeping infant or young child at play.

   Both the RoboScout and its wireless remote controller are powered by built-in rechargeable batteries. RoboScout stands 25 inches tall and weighs 24 lbs. The remote is 12 inches wide, and its LCD screen is 3" x 4" inches.

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RoboScout was made by the Sharper Image Company.

Here is our EVE, WALL-E, RoboScout & RoboScout Jr.
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