Justin Bieber Robot Speakers
January 13, 2012 by staff
Justin Bieber Robot Speakers, Who better to unveil a speaker that dances than a guy who can himself create music and also knows a move or two on the dance floor. Cue Justin Bieber at the 2012 CES International.
The Consumer Electric Show (CES) is one of the world’s largest technology gathering and it takes place for a few days in Las Vegas each year. The CES unveils to the world new electronics products, most of which are not yet on the market but which soon will be. It’s more a techy event and they don’t normally even allow the general public in. But there were lots of Justin Bieber fans on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 11, 2012 as Bieber pulled the covering off a robot.
All the Canadian singer had to do was stand and, well, pull off the covering from a robot, white, complete with arms and a leg and head. That’s exactly what he did, up on a small stage along with two employees of TOSY Robotics, the Vietnamese company that made the robot.
The mRobo Ultra Bass, once it turns fully into a robot, is about one-and-a-half feet tall and is 3.3 pounds. It’s gonna be available in the fall of 2012 and will retail at about $199.
Tiny robot unveiled by Justin Bieber
Bieber pulled off the covering and the robot, with a speaker for a stomach, danced and music played. The Never Say Never Kid stood back and was handed a microphone and placed it in front of the robot so the crowd gathered could hear the music coming out of the robot. The robot was a pretty good dancer and Bieber seemed amused.
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