Keecker's a smart-home sentry with a built-in projector
This guys is the Keecker Robot.
It is a smart home sentry that maps your home.
You can send it to a room.
It will alert you if it spots any motion and it's got a projector built in.
So think of it like a moving big screen TV.
You can control it with Google, you can control it with Alexa, and it responds to your voice commands right here in the bot itself.
It's got four speakers and a sub woofer.
It's got two cams.
One that is a 250 degree cam so you can see anywhere.
So if you're out and about and you need to check on your oven, you pull up your phone and look at your oven to make sure You didn't leave it on.
It has Android TV built in so you can watch Netflix, and Hulu, or whatever other streaming service you want.
And, because it knows you're home, you can say "Hey Keiko, go to the bedroom, and play Netflix on the ceiling." And it'll know where your bedroom is, it'll roam there, it'll point up, and it'll start playing your content of choice.
And also has sensors for temp and humidity to help it as a smart home security bot.
Keecker is announcing its launch in the United States right here at CES.
It's actually available right now on the company's site for $1,790.
so it's not gonna be a cheap robot, but it's a big screen TV, it's a security cam.
You get a lot of functionality in this little guy.
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