World's Smallest Toy Robot
The world's smallest robot is the perfect toy for adults who played with toy soldiers when they were young. The hand-sided humanoid robot is from Takara-Tomy, Japanese toymaker. Its size is only 6.6 inches high and weighs 350 grams. It's controlled by a remote control and human voices. The robot can play music and speak some simple words to respond to people playing with. The robot also does some actions such as kicking and punching. The company will start selling i-SOBOT from July, 2007 for 29,800 yen ($245).