(Pocket-lint) - While Amazon's Astro robot certainly drummed up a lot of interest upon first announcement, very little has been seen in the wild.
Early adopters who took part in Amazon's Day One Editions program now have their hands on the robot, in fact, some report it began shipping back in November.
The video shows Astro being commanded to go to "the den" before trundling off with a beer in the cupholder on its back.
It's not shown, but we have to presume a human associate put the beer in there - since Astro doesn't have arms.
Astro is then told to "find Celeste" and can be seen tilting its head, or screen, as it hunts the room.
Eventually, Astro finds its target and "Hi Celeste" is displayed on the screen as it arrives to quench her thirst.
Another user, Matthew Nereim, shared images, a video and details of his Astro experience with Bloomberg.
He did, however, note some issues like the Astro getting confused when looking for its charging dock and, obviously, not being able to deal with stairs.
The Astro costs $999 for early backers but has a regular price of $1,449.99, Nereim reckons that's a bit steep. He paid $999 and, even then, thinks $700 would be a better price.