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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.
TOSY Robotics CEO Ho Vinh Hoang shakes hands with Justin Bieber at CES in Las Vegas.
Bieber brandishes TOSY's dancing robot.
Bieber shakes hands prior to signing autographs.
Beiber plays around with the mRobo dancing robot at CES.
Bieber made a few passes through the crowd and stopped to shake fans' hands and pose for pictures.
The Bieb checks out the dancing bot's booty.
And the crowd goes wild.
Bieber signing autographs at the TOSY Robotics booth at CES.
TOSY Robotics CEO Ho Vinh Hoang called the dancing robot "one of the most innovative and interactive entertainment devices ever introduced."
Bieber signs an autograph for CNET blogger Amanda Kooser.