Temi's like an Amazon Echo Show on wheels that can bring you a plate of nachos.
So this is Temi.
It kind of combines the best parts of a personal robot, an Amazon Echo Show, and a Facebook Portal.
It's It's pretty cool but that's a lot to unpack so let's take it piece by piece.
As a personal robot it can follow you around, it can remember specific locations, it has very advanced sensors that allow it to navigate without bumping into objects.
As an Echo Show This is gonna have Amazon's assistant built in along with their visual cards.
So you're going to be able to control your smart home.
You're going to be able to check on the weather and do all of the other cool things you can do with the Echo Show display.
So I mentioned that it has some of the best characteristics of the Facebook portal.
What I mean by that is it's really good at making video calls and can follow you around as you talk.
I hit the button on top and it's gonna search and find my face.
And now, in theory, it has me.
And as I stand, it's gonna follow here.
And it keeps the thing, and then I crouch down.
And so it's going to keep a nice focus on me while I talk.
You can use the app or the touchscreen to have TEMI remember locations.
That's how it can navigate.
And when you want to play music, it has robust speakers he turned out putting nice sound quality too.
So in addition to all the sensors for navigating, it actually has a [UNKNOWN] charger at the back.
So it can hold your phone, or the [UNKNOWN] could be perfect for say a plate of nachos which it can bring to you as well.
As you can see its battery power, connects to your home's Wi-Fi and that battery will supposedly last a nice eight ans a half hours.
Though it will take three and a half to recharge when it runs out.
So it's a pretty cool robot butler that can entertain and can help out with a video call.
It's also gonna be pretty expensive, it's gonna cost $1500.
You can preorder [UNKNOWN] right now and it's due to be delivered at the end of March.
So yeah, [UNKNOWN] is gonna be pretty expensive, but I kinda like the idea of an Amazon Echo show that can also bring you a plate of nachos.
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