Justin Bieber visits TOSY Robotics at CES

Tech-toy maker TOSY Robotics today unveiled a robotlike music speaker called mRobo, which is Bluetooth connected, has 2GB of internal memory, and also dances to the sound of its own music.

To bring a crowd to its booth at CES, TOSY enlisted the help of teen heartthrob Justin Bieber. It worked. Hundreds of fans lined up for hours for photos and autographs.
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Justin Bieber visits TOSY Robotics at CES

TOSY Robotics CEO Ho Vinh Hoang shakes hands with Justin Bieber at CES in Las Vegas.
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Justin Bieber visits TOSY Robotics at CES

Bieber brandishes TOSY's dancing robot.
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Justin Bieber visits TOSY Robotics at CES

Bieber shakes hands prior to signing autographs.
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Justin Bieber visits TOSY Robotics at CES

Beiber plays around with the mRobo dancing robot at CES.
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Justin Bieber visits TOSY Robotics at CES

Bieber made a few passes through the crowd and stopped to shake fans' hands and pose for pictures.
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Justin Bieber visits TOSY Robotics at CES

The Bieb checks out the dancing bot's booty.
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Justin Bieber visits TOSY Robotics at CES

And the crowd goes wild.
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Justin Bieber visits TOSY Robotics at CES

Bieber signing autographs at the TOSY Robotics booth at CES.
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Justin Bieber visits TOSY Robotics at CES

Bot boy.
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Justin Bieber visits TOSY Robotics at CES

TOSY Robotics CEO Ho Vinh Hoang called the dancing robot "one of the most innovative and interactive entertainment devices ever introduced."
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Justin Bieber visits TOSY Robotics at CES

Bieber signs an autograph for CNET blogger Amanda Kooser.
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