CuteBitz has announced the availability of the Tomy Choro Robo Q, a teeny robot measuring in at just 3.4cm tall.
Weighing less than 12 grams, the Robo Q is likely to be the smallest walking robot you've ever clapped eyes on and it can walk at three different speeds, and head left and right.
In addition to perambulation, the Robo Q can chase his included football and avoid obstacles.
Robo Q is controlled via a remote, which also acts as a storage bay, with 20 minutes of charging good for around 5 minutes of action.
CuteBitz is offering the diminutive device now for £19.99.
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