Looking to drive away your cat’s apathy? This LG rolling bot has your name on it. If you’re like most people, you’re probably stuck in the office from morning till dawn, while your beloved cat is at home, feeling neglected.
While this new device may not be every pet’s fantasy, it will certainly chase away their apathy and keep them on their toes.
The LG rolling bot is a high-tech device that serves not only as a source of entertainment for domesticated felines, but also as a home security system, unlike any other product out there.
Let’s say you are concerned about potential intruders or you’ve hired a nanny to take care of your baby, but you don’t really trust her all that much. Well, you can shake off that feeling of distress now, with a system that allows you to see everything that is happening inside your home.
This ball-shaped device allows you to access audio and video footage from your house directly on your phone, with the monitoring being done through an embedded 8MP camera. It is also possible to connect it to various devices and systems around the house, such as the lights or the TV.
In order to access this, you need a Bluetooth technology and a Wi-Fi network at home. I know what you’re thinking. April Fool’s Day is coming. What better way to prank your kids, right?
Perhaps one of the most entertaining features of the LG rolling bot is the ability to amuse and annoy your pet at the same time. The funny-looking device can dance and even shoot a laser pointer in order to keep your animals alert.
If you want to communicate with your cat or dog while you are away, this option is also integrated. The rolling bot has a set of speakers which allows you to comfort those little buggers when you’re out working.
This revolutionary device will be released in the UK sometime this year. The price has not yet been disclosed, but as you can probably imagine, it’s not going to be cheap.
Therefore, if you are considering making this investment for your home security and pet entertainment, then you should probably put aside several of those almighty bills.
A similar device called Sphero BB-8 was launched last year. It was designed by LucasFilm and created by Sphero, allowing the user to control it remotely through a smartphone app.
It came at a price of $150, however it does not possess all the features of the LG rolling bot.
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