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Rollie Eggmaster makes eggs on a stick

The Rollie Eggmaster Cooking System is a countertop gadget that makes cooking eggs on a stick as easy as cracking them open.

By March 20, 2013

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Meet Shimi, a robot DJ that shuffles

Gone are the days of lying around in a haze listening to vinyl. In the future, some of us may rock out with robots to enjoy music.

By June 27, 2012

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Remote control makes Rolly only half as useless

Sony's Rolly robot MP3 player receives a firmware upgrade for U.S. customers, adding remote control features.

By April 2, 2009

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Sony's 'Rolly' goes goth in Japan

Dancing egg gets black 1GB version.

By March 31, 2008

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Sony Dash: A good bang for your buck

CNET's Donald Bell gives his full rated review of the Sony Dash personal Internet viewer.

By May 30, 2010

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Sony Rolly

It's an MP3 player. No wait...it's a speaker. Is it a robotic dancing egg? Actually, the Sony Rolly is all of those things. But mostly, it's just a pricey musical toy for gadget heads who have everything--including some cash to burn.

June 5, 2008

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Sony Rolly

It's an MP3 player. No wait...it's a speaker. Or maybe it's a robotic dancing egg. Actually, the Sony Rolly is all of those things. But mostly, it's just a pricey musical toy for gadget heads who have everything--including some cash to burn.

June 16, 2008

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Sony Rolly: Really expensive cat toy?

It's an MP3 player. No wait...it's a speaker. Is it a robotic dancing egg? Actually, the Sony Rolly is all of those things. But mostly, it's just a pricey musical toy for gadget heads who have everything--including some cash to burn.

By June 5, 2008

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Photos: Sony Rolly

It's an MP3 player. No wait...it's a speaker. Is it a robotic dancing egg? Actually, the Sony Rolly is all of those things. But mostly, it's just a pricey musical toy for gadget heads who have everything--including some cash to burn.

8 Images By June 4, 2008

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Mint Tank MP3 player: Tracks for your tracks

The Mint Track Music Tank looks like Action Man's iPod, following you around with your music and leaving a trail of destruction in its wake

By November 3, 2009