Meet the chattiest voice-activated Spider-Man toy ever
Check this out.
I'm gonna pretend to sleep to throw off intruders.
Spidey sure is talkative.
Sphero's new Spider-Man toy isn't a robot, it's a voice-activated doll.
Spider-Man has 1000 comic books' worth of entertainment inside his smooth little rubber body, written in partnership with Marvel.
It feels like a giant vinyl toy.
Paired with an Android or an iPhone it can download new games and stories, but Spidey's mostly a standalone toy.
Double click his spider belly button and make a request or tap a button in the app.
Spiderman tells jokes.
What do sprinters eat before a big race?
I don't know.
Nothing, they fast.
Sure, so before I got these sweet duds-
And his Choose Your Own Adventure-style stories, you can interact with.
Hey, look at that!
We actually caught him.
Great Job, partner.
Spiderman can also act as an emotional alarm when you set him to stand guard.>> Guard mode is so on.
He doesn't shar information in the cloud, and spear of promises the toy is private.
It's basically a big, cuddly story telling doll.
And maybe in the future, Sphero will make other voice activated things [INAUDIBLE] Like robots.
But Spidey can't move on his own, yet.
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