A Wi-Fi Bunny in every home

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A Wi-Fi Bunny in every home
CES in early January will be the world’s first chance to meet Karotz: a robotic rabbit that reads emails and play music so you don’t have to.

I know what you’re thinking, it’s about bloody time, however this creature seems to be a direct descendent of Nabaztag, half French half Armenian and a world first for ambient electronic rabbits.

If however, the uses of a shiny white rabbit with moving ears isn’t immediately apparent, please note Karotz is more than willing to read aloud your emails, play your music, inform you of weather reports, remind you of your pesky friend’s birthdays, tweet you, face your book and even keep an eye on your stuff via webcam.
And can even update you with photos to your Smartphone.

The antithesis of the Raving Rabbids reviewed previously in the Gaming Section, Karotz is due for a March 2011 release.



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