When you consider toy robots, Sony’s Aibo most likely springs to mind. In any case, Sharp has its own, as well, called RoBoHon. What’s more, it’s getting an update.
RoBoHon is a cell phone masked as a robot. The little robot functions as a telephone, with a screen for a gut, yet it accomplishes more. The first model could move and talk for call alarms and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. It even had a projector in its face, so it could lean forward and venture bigger pictures on surfaces. This was helpful for review photographs, following a formula or basically as a novel without hands choice. Tragically, the principal model was constrained to Japan.