Vietnam’s brand new entertainment robot ‘Tosy’ will soon conquer the Spanish toy market, according to the TOSY Robotics Company.
Teenage pop star Justin Bieber and Ho Vinh Hoang, founder and CEO of TOSY Robotics Company, presenting mRobo at the CES in Las Vegas
Earlier, crowds attending the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas were full of admiration and amazement at a battery-operated musical Robot, the latest high-tech toy produced by TOSY Robotics Company based in Vietnam, who introduced the mRobo for the first time in January at the CES.
The entertainment robots, DiscoRobo and SketRobo, were introduced to the public by teenage heart throb Justin Bieber at the TOSY Robotics display booth, the first ever Vietnamese robot firm.
The one-of-a-kind gadget is designed like a high quality portable loudspeaker. When the music begins to play, the gadget comes alive and transforms into a full-body dancing robot with his signature moves. The mRobo looks like a teenage boy dressed in white clothes.
TOSY Robotics Company will also be completing many orders from Brazil, Denmark, Sweden and Norway for other products including Tosy UFO and spinning tops.
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