Robots at CES 2012: Hard Working, Funny and Dancing – Design You Trust

Robots at CES 2012: Hard Working, Funny and Dancing

TP-Link showed off a massive robot, which greeted people and demonstrated its dancing skills briefly before being packed off by its handlers. (IBTimes)

The latest version of Murata Electronics’ ECO MURATA BOY, a bicycle riding robot, demonstrated its balancing skills. (IBTimes)

Techko Maid’s Robotic Vacuum, High Speed Sweeper & Mopping Machine (RV 189) also drew attendees’ attention by showing off its housekeeping skills. (IBTimes)

Techko Maid’s Robotic Vacuum. (IBTimes)

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