"These robots are coming for your children"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
These robots are coming for your children
Robot dolls are invading playtime, and they want your cuddles.
This is Luvabella, the latest creation from toy maker Spinmaster.
Her eyes, head, lips and arms all move in harmony to give her lifelike expressions.
She can laugh, blink and purse her lips to suckle on her bottle and pacifier.
It's been master showed off a prototype of love a bella at the New York toy fair.
But when she comes out later this year she'll also be smarter than your average baby doll.
Since was in her hands, tummy and back reacted different touches.
She can play pick a boo and get tickle.
And the more you play with her the more she learns.
And she'll cost around $100.
But Lava Bella isn't the new robot in town.
At there are plenty of machine looking to make a new friend.
Some poses familiar characters like 16 inch tall BB android.
It comes rolling towards the sound of your voice.
Ponies have a little more magic this year, responding to touch and sound, while being seriously cute.
Pet tiger robots love a good ear scratch, and will react to a good growl.
Not all bots need legs.
Lightning McQueen talks, blinks, and drives in whichever path you doodle on his backside screen If you're in the mood to have your own minion, Turbo Dave can navigate your room and respond to hand gestures or you can just put a robot right on your hand like the Fingerlings baby monkeys that you can pet, kiss and rock to sleep.
But why buy a new robot when you can become a robot?
The Beatmoovz wearable bracelet add sound effects to your dance moves, making it so much more fun to do the robot.
Like they say, if you can't beat them, join them.
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