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   The Tekno Puppy is a robotic puppy that acts just like a real baby dog. The Tekno Puppy is a walking, barking, talking, crying robotic friend. With just a few barks, whines and pants he will let you know how he is feeling. With your help, he even learns how to perform tricks.

   The Tekno Puppy is programmed to respond like an 8 week old puppy. Tekno sees and hears everything around him and knows when it is getting dark (he sleeps and snores). His biological clock wakes him automatically in the morning. He speaks several English words including: "Tekno", "whoops", "excuse me" and 'thanks".
   Tekno has emotions and gets smarter as he ages. Touch sensors are used to train him. His voice and light sensors give him additional functions. He even sings and plays card tricks.
   He sleeps standing still, because he cannot sit or lay down. Tekno responds to light levels and sounds, but not to words or individual voices. Tekno has no headset or remote. You launch behaviors by pressing sensors on his head, neck, nose and one side. He can also be set up as an alarm clock and wake you in the morning.

   Tekno walks forward, right and left and backs up when he senses something in his way. He also wags his tail, wiggles his behind, flops his ears and moves his head. The Tekno Translator lets you know exactly what Tekno is feeling. You can also train Tekno to dance, bark on command and more. Tekno's eyes give you a clue to how he is feeling. His eyes change colors depending on his mood. Tekno comes with a ball, bone & translator.

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