i-SOBOT has landed in the UK following a US and Japanese launch last year Tomy has announced.
The world's smallest mass produced bipedal humanoid robot measures only 16cm and weighs in at 300 grams.
The robot will come with 4 modes from performing fun and quirky scenes from western battes to playing air guitar.
You'll be able to control the robot either via a remote control, or a up to 10 voice commands.
If that wasn't enough i-SOBOT has around 200 spoken phrases, including "I don't understand" and can do special moves like Yoga or get up when it falls over.
Priced at £199.99 the robot will be landing on UK shores later this year.
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