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Robot jak R2D2 (11)

EN_01282168_0001 COV
An R2D2-inspired home robot has gone on sale. Keecker is described as the first voice-enabled robot that "moves entertainment, communication and safety into every room of your home". The ?L1,357 device, the brainchild of former Google Product Manager Pierre Lebeau, can trundle around the house and beam movies and games onto walls and ceilings, play music, and keep watch on your property. As well as being voice-activated, Keecker has wi-fi connectivity and can be controlled by a dedicated app. The idea was first shown off at CES in Las Vegas in 2014, a successful crowdfunding campaign followed and now a consumer version is finally available. The developers say they were influenced by the Star Wars droid and New York's Guggenheim building for their robot. They explain: "For over five years, we've been working on creating a beautiful product of great quality and that is simple to use. Inspired by a clean and contemporary design, we've been working with industry leaders in order to create the best possible product that would suit any family. Prototype after prototype, we never compromised until we were certain we had created the best user experience possible." Keecker say: "Its round and attractive shape combined with its unique design were designed for a smooth navigation in any home, appartment or office. "At only 1.5m from the wall, Keecker projects a 78" (2m) diagonal image. Brad Pitt or Charlize Theron finally in your living room, or in your bedroom as you prefer. From wall to ceiling, experience your movies and applications like never before. "Powerful 4.1 audio system Digital sound processing specially developed to transcribe a sound of an exceptional quality and to make you live a unique musical experience in the heart of your home. "Incorporated cameras allow you to keep an eye on your home and your family when away from home. "Keecker is fully autonomous and knows when to go charge. Simply show once the location of the charging station during setup a
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EN_01282168_0003 COV
An R2D2-inspired home robot has gone on sale. Keecker is described as the first voice-enabled robot that "moves entertainment, communication and safety into every room of your home". The ?L1,357 device, the brainchild of former Google Product Manager Pierre Lebeau, can trundle around the house and beam movies and games onto walls and ceilings, play music, and keep watch on your property. As well as being voice-activated, Keecker has wi-fi connectivity and can be controlled by a dedicated app. The idea was first shown off at CES in Las Vegas in 2014, a successful crowdfunding campaign followed and now a consumer version is finally available. The developers say they were influenced by the Star Wars droid and New York's Guggenheim building for their robot. They explain: "For over five years, we've been working on creating a beautiful product of great quality and that is simple to use. Inspired by a clean and contemporary design, we've been working with industry leaders in order to create the best possible product that would suit any family. Prototype after prototype, we never compromised until we were certain we had created the best user experience possible." Keecker say: "Its round and attractive shape combined with its unique design were designed for a smooth navigation in any home, appartment or office. "At only 1.5m from the wall, Keecker projects a 78" (2m) diagonal image. Brad Pitt or Charlize Theron finally in your living room, or in your bedroom as you prefer. From wall to ceiling, experience your movies and applications like never before. "Powerful 4.1 audio system Digital sound processing specially developed to transcribe a sound of an exceptional quality and to make you live a unique musical experience in the heart of your home. "Incorporated cameras allow you to keep an eye on your home and your family when away from home. "Keecker is fully autonomous and knows when to go charge. Simply show once the location of the charging station during setup a
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EN_01282168_0004 COV
An R2D2-inspired home robot has gone on sale. Keecker is described as the first voice-enabled robot that "moves entertainment, communication and safety into every room of your home". The ?L1,357 device, the brainchild of former Google Product Manager Pierre Lebeau, can trundle around the house and beam movies and games onto walls and ceilings, play music, and keep watch on your property. As well as being voice-activated, Keecker has wi-fi connectivity and can be controlled by a dedicated app. The idea was first shown off at CES in Las Vegas in 2014, a successful crowdfunding campaign followed and now a consumer version is finally available. The developers say they were influenced by the Star Wars droid and New York's Guggenheim building for their robot. They explain: "For over five years, we've been working on creating a beautiful product of great quality and that is simple to use. Inspired by a clean and contemporary design, we've been working with industry leaders in order to create the best possible product that would suit any family. Prototype after prototype, we never compromised until we were certain we had created the best user experience possible." Keecker say: "Its round and attractive shape combined with its unique design were designed for a smooth navigation in any home, appartment or office. "At only 1.5m from the wall, Keecker projects a 78" (2m) diagonal image. Brad Pitt or Charlize Theron finally in your living room, or in your bedroom as you prefer. From wall to ceiling, experience your movies and applications like never before. "Powerful 4.1 audio system Digital sound processing specially developed to transcribe a sound of an exceptional quality and to make you live a unique musical experience in the heart of your home. "Incorporated cameras allow you to keep an eye on your home and your family when away from home. "Keecker is fully autonomous and knows when to go charge. Simply show once the location of the charging station during setup a
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EN_01282168_0005 COV
An R2D2-inspired home robot has gone on sale. Keecker is described as the first voice-enabled robot that "moves entertainment, communication and safety into every room of your home". The ?L1,357 device, the brainchild of former Google Product Manager Pierre Lebeau, can trundle around the house and beam movies and games onto walls and ceilings, play music, and keep watch on your property. As well as being voice-activated, Keecker has wi-fi connectivity and can be controlled by a dedicated app. The idea was first shown off at CES in Las Vegas in 2014, a successful crowdfunding campaign followed and now a consumer version is finally available. The developers say they were influenced by the Star Wars droid and New York's Guggenheim building for their robot. They explain: "For over five years, we've been working on creating a beautiful product of great quality and that is simple to use. Inspired by a clean and contemporary design, we've been working with industry leaders in order to create the best possible product that would suit any family. Prototype after prototype, we never compromised until we were certain we had created the best user experience possible." Keecker say: "Its round and attractive shape combined with its unique design were designed for a smooth navigation in any home, appartment or office. "At only 1.5m from the wall, Keecker projects a 78" (2m) diagonal image. Brad Pitt or Charlize Theron finally in your living room, or in your bedroom as you prefer. From wall to ceiling, experience your movies and applications like never before. "Powerful 4.1 audio system Digital sound processing specially developed to transcribe a sound of an exceptional quality and to make you live a unique musical experience in the heart of your home. "Incorporated cameras allow you to keep an eye on your home and your family when away from home. "Keecker is fully autonomous and knows when to go charge. Simply show once the location of the charging station during setup a
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EN_01282168_0006 COV
An R2D2-inspired home robot has gone on sale. Keecker is described as the first voice-enabled robot that "moves entertainment, communication and safety into every room of your home". The ?L1,357 device, the brainchild of former Google Product Manager Pierre Lebeau, can trundle around the house and beam movies and games onto walls and ceilings, play music, and keep watch on your property. As well as being voice-activated, Keecker has wi-fi connectivity and can be controlled by a dedicated app. The idea was first shown off at CES in Las Vegas in 2014, a successful crowdfunding campaign followed and now a consumer version is finally available. The developers say they were influenced by the Star Wars droid and New York's Guggenheim building for their robot. They explain: "For over five years, we've been working on creating a beautiful product of great quality and that is simple to use. Inspired by a clean and contemporary design, we've been working with industry leaders in order to create the best possible product that would suit any family. Prototype after prototype, we never compromised until we were certain we had created the best user experience possible." Keecker say: "Its round and attractive shape combined with its unique design were designed for a smooth navigation in any home, appartment or office. "At only 1.5m from the wall, Keecker projects a 78" (2m) diagonal image. Brad Pitt or Charlize Theron finally in your living room, or in your bedroom as you prefer. From wall to ceiling, experience your movies and applications like never before. "Powerful 4.1 audio system Digital sound processing specially developed to transcribe a sound of an exceptional quality and to make you live a unique musical experience in the heart of your home. "Incorporated cameras allow you to keep an eye on your home and your family when away from home. "Keecker is fully autonomous and knows when to go charge. Simply show once the location of the charging station during setup a
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EN_01282168_0007 COV
An R2D2-inspired home robot has gone on sale. Keecker is described as the first voice-enabled robot that "moves entertainment, communication and safety into every room of your home". The ?L1,357 device, the brainchild of former Google Product Manager Pierre Lebeau, can trundle around the house and beam movies and games onto walls and ceilings, play music, and keep watch on your property. As well as being voice-activated, Keecker has wi-fi connectivity and can be controlled by a dedicated app. The idea was first shown off at CES in Las Vegas in 2014, a successful crowdfunding campaign followed and now a consumer version is finally available. The developers say they were influenced by the Star Wars droid and New York's Guggenheim building for their robot. They explain: "For over five years, we've been working on creating a beautiful product of great quality and that is simple to use. Inspired by a clean and contemporary design, we've been working with industry leaders in order to create the best possible product that would suit any family. Prototype after prototype, we never compromised until we were certain we had created the best user experience possible." Keecker say: "Its round and attractive shape combined with its unique design were designed for a smooth navigation in any home, appartment or office. "At only 1.5m from the wall, Keecker projects a 78" (2m) diagonal image. Brad Pitt or Charlize Theron finally in your living room, or in your bedroom as you prefer. From wall to ceiling, experience your movies and applications like never before. "Powerful 4.1 audio system Digital sound processing specially developed to transcribe a sound of an exceptional quality and to make you live a unique musical experience in the heart of your home. "Incorporated cameras allow you to keep an eye on your home and your family when away from home. "Keecker is fully autonomous and knows when to go charge. Simply show once the location of the charging station during setup a
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EN_01282168_0008 COV
An R2D2-inspired home robot has gone on sale. Keecker is described as the first voice-enabled robot that "moves entertainment, communication and safety into every room of your home". The ?L1,357 device, the brainchild of former Google Product Manager Pierre Lebeau, can trundle around the house and beam movies and games onto walls and ceilings, play music, and keep watch on your property. As well as being voice-activated, Keecker has wi-fi connectivity and can be controlled by a dedicated app. The idea was first shown off at CES in Las Vegas in 2014, a successful crowdfunding campaign followed and now a consumer version is finally available. The developers say they were influenced by the Star Wars droid and New York's Guggenheim building for their robot. They explain: "For over five years, we've been working on creating a beautiful product of great quality and that is simple to use. Inspired by a clean and contemporary design, we've been working with industry leaders in order to create the best possible product that would suit any family. Prototype after prototype, we never compromised until we were certain we had created the best user experience possible." Keecker say: "Its round and attractive shape combined with its unique design were designed for a smooth navigation in any home, appartment or office. "At only 1.5m from the wall, Keecker projects a 78" (2m) diagonal image. Brad Pitt or Charlize Theron finally in your living room, or in your bedroom as you prefer. From wall to ceiling, experience your movies and applications like never before. "Powerful 4.1 audio system Digital sound processing specially developed to transcribe a sound of an exceptional quality and to make you live a unique musical experience in the heart of your home. "Incorporated cameras allow you to keep an eye on your home and your family when away from home. "Keecker is fully autonomous and knows when to go charge. Simply show once the location of the charging station during setup a
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EN_01282168_0009 COV
An R2D2-inspired home robot has gone on sale. Keecker is described as the first voice-enabled robot that "moves entertainment, communication and safety into every room of your home". The ?L1,357 device, the brainchild of former Google Product Manager Pierre Lebeau, can trundle around the house and beam movies and games onto walls and ceilings, play music, and keep watch on your property. As well as being voice-activated, Keecker has wi-fi connectivity and can be controlled by a dedicated app. The idea was first shown off at CES in Las Vegas in 2014, a successful crowdfunding campaign followed and now a consumer version is finally available. The developers say they were influenced by the Star Wars droid and New York's Guggenheim building for their robot. They explain: "For over five years, we've been working on creating a beautiful product of great quality and that is simple to use. Inspired by a clean and contemporary design, we've been working with industry leaders in order to create the best possible product that would suit any family. Prototype after prototype, we never compromised until we were certain we had created the best user experience possible." Keecker say: "Its round and attractive shape combined with its unique design were designed for a smooth navigation in any home, appartment or office. "At only 1.5m from the wall, Keecker projects a 78" (2m) diagonal image. Brad Pitt or Charlize Theron finally in your living room, or in your bedroom as you prefer. From wall to ceiling, experience your movies and applications like never before. "Powerful 4.1 audio system Digital sound processing specially developed to transcribe a sound of an exceptional quality and to make you live a unique musical experience in the heart of your home. "Incorporated cameras allow you to keep an eye on your home and your family when away from home. "Keecker is fully autonomous and knows when to go charge. Simply show once the location of the charging station during setup a
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EN_01282168_0010 COV
An R2D2-inspired home robot has gone on sale. Keecker is described as the first voice-enabled robot that "moves entertainment, communication and safety into every room of your home". The ?L1,357 device, the brainchild of former Google Product Manager Pierre Lebeau, can trundle around the house and beam movies and games onto walls and ceilings, play music, and keep watch on your property. As well as being voice-activated, Keecker has wi-fi connectivity and can be controlled by a dedicated app. The idea was first shown off at CES in Las Vegas in 2014, a successful crowdfunding campaign followed and now a consumer version is finally available. The developers say they were influenced by the Star Wars droid and New York's Guggenheim building for their robot. They explain: "For over five years, we've been working on creating a beautiful product of great quality and that is simple to use. Inspired by a clean and contemporary design, we've been working with industry leaders in order to create the best possible product that would suit any family. Prototype after prototype, we never compromised until we were certain we had created the best user experience possible." Keecker say: "Its round and attractive shape combined with its unique design were designed for a smooth navigation in any home, appartment or office. "At only 1.5m from the wall, Keecker projects a 78" (2m) diagonal image. Brad Pitt or Charlize Theron finally in your living room, or in your bedroom as you prefer. From wall to ceiling, experience your movies and applications like never before. "Powerful 4.1 audio system Digital sound processing specially developed to transcribe a sound of an exceptional quality and to make you live a unique musical experience in the heart of your home. "Incorporated cameras allow you to keep an eye on your home and your family when away from home. "Keecker is fully autonomous and knows when to go charge. Simply show once the location of the charging station during setup a
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EN_01282168_0011 COV
An R2D2-inspired home robot has gone on sale. Keecker is described as the first voice-enabled robot that "moves entertainment, communication and safety into every room of your home". The ?L1,357 device, the brainchild of former Google Product Manager Pierre Lebeau, can trundle around the house and beam movies and games onto walls and ceilings, play music, and keep watch on your property. As well as being voice-activated, Keecker has wi-fi connectivity and can be controlled by a dedicated app. The idea was first shown off at CES in Las Vegas in 2014, a successful crowdfunding campaign followed and now a consumer version is finally available. The developers say they were influenced by the Star Wars droid and New York's Guggenheim building for their robot. They explain: "For over five years, we've been working on creating a beautiful product of great quality and that is simple to use. Inspired by a clean and contemporary design, we've been working with industry leaders in order to create the best possible product that would suit any family. Prototype after prototype, we never compromised until we were certain we had created the best user experience possible." Keecker say: "Its round and attractive shape combined with its unique design were designed for a smooth navigation in any home, appartment or office. "At only 1.5m from the wall, Keecker projects a 78" (2m) diagonal image. Brad Pitt or Charlize Theron finally in your living room, or in your bedroom as you prefer. From wall to ceiling, experience your movies and applications like never before. "Powerful 4.1 audio system Digital sound processing specially developed to transcribe a sound of an exceptional quality and to make you live a unique musical experience in the heart of your home. "Incorporated cameras allow you to keep an eye on your home and your family when away from home. "Keecker is fully autonomous and knows when to go charge. Simply show once the location of the charging station during setup a
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EN_01282168_0002 COV
An R2D2-inspired home robot has gone on sale. Keecker is described as the first voice-enabled robot that "moves entertainment, communication and safety into every room of your home". The ?L1,357 device, the brainchild of former Google Product Manager Pierre Lebeau, can trundle around the house and beam movies and games onto walls and ceilings, play music, and keep watch on your property. As well as being voice-activated, Keecker has wi-fi connectivity and can be controlled by a dedicated app. The idea was first shown off at CES in Las Vegas in 2014, a successful crowdfunding campaign followed and now a consumer version is finally available. The developers say they were influenced by the Star Wars droid and New York's Guggenheim building for their robot. They explain: "For over five years, we've been working on creating a beautiful product of great quality and that is simple to use. Inspired by a clean and contemporary design, we've been working with industry leaders in order to create the best possible product that would suit any family. Prototype after prototype, we never compromised until we were certain we had created the best user experience possible." Keecker say: "Its round and attractive shape combined with its unique design were designed for a smooth navigation in any home, appartment or office. "At only 1.5m from the wall, Keecker projects a 78" (2m) diagonal image. Brad Pitt or Charlize Theron finally in your living room, or in your bedroom as you prefer. From wall to ceiling, experience your movies and applications like never before. "Powerful 4.1 audio system Digital sound processing specially developed to transcribe a sound of an exceptional quality and to make you live a unique musical experience in the heart of your home. "Incorporated cameras allow you to keep an eye on your home and your family when away from home. "Keecker is fully autonomous and knows when to go charge. Simply show once the location of the charging station during setup a
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