Unitree A1 looks like Boston Dynamics' Spot robot but costs less than $10K
Unitree's newest quadruped robot is agile, fast and the most affordable one we've seen to date.
The kennel that's the market for computerized canines just got more crowded. China-based Unitree Robitics introduced its newest quadruped robot, the A1. Priced at under $10,000, it's significantly cheaper than its more advanced older sibling, the Laikago.
In an interview the company told me that thanks to its agility, the A1 can adapt to a variety of terrains, such as stairs, slopes and gravel roads. Watch the video to see just a few of this dog's tricks.