Plen Cube Personal Assistant Robot Launching at CES

PLENGoer Robotics will launch at CES 2017 its PLEN CUBE palm-sized personal assistant robot.


PLENGoer Robotics will launch at CES 2017 a prototype of its first product Plen Cube, a palm-sized personal assistant robot.

There’s not too much information about Plen Cube at the moment, but it’s three inches tall, has a “powerful processor,” camera, display, microphone and speaker. According to an announcement, Plen Cube also has face tracking and voice and gesture recognition.

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As for what it can do, Plen Cube can take pictures for you, play music, tell you the news and weather, and remind you of appointments throughout your day. Plen Cube can also control smart devices throughout a home.

The company is considering implementing an API for developer.

If you’re going to CES and want to check out the Plen Cube personal assistant robot, check out PLENGoer Robotics at the Sands Expo, Level 1, Hall G, Booth #53007.

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