Tomy Robo-Q is the worlds smallest and cheapest bipedal robot

by Dhiram Shah

Takara Tomy Japan has announced two new additions to the Robo-Q line up of ultra tiny robots. Smaller than a thumb at 3.4 centimeters it walks on two legs and weighs a mere 12 grams. Dont let its small size fool you, this little baby is remote controlled, can freely move in all directions and if that was not enough it has a built in obstacle sensor, activate it and the Robo-Q can effortlessly navigate through a maze. Like The Pico Z helicopter it charges from the remote control unit and a 25 minute charge is good for 3 minutes of little robo fun. The Tomy Robo-Q will be available in Japan from February 28 for 3675 Yen ($ 30).