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Robo-Q Optimus Prime and Bumblebee: Tiny Transformers

by Paul Strauss
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Just because you’re a robot in disguise doesn’t mean you have to be huge. These tiny little versions of two popular Transformers autobots prove quite the contrary.

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The latest in TakaraTomy’s Robo-Q series, these palm-sized Optimus Prime and Bumblebee robots are just too cute to be capable of any real destruction. Now the picture above doesn’t really give you a good idea just how tiny these Transformers are. But this one should…

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Each miniature walking robot comes complete with an IR remote control (with built-in robot recharger), and they can be set to operate on different channels so you and a friend can play at the same time. The tiny Robo-Q robots can automatically detect obstacles and navigate through tight corridors using infrared sensors. And while I’ve never seen Bumblebee and Optimus Prime playing soccer, each Robo-Q includes a little ball you can kick around in case you always wanted to play a round of robo-ball.

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You can find both Robo-Q Transformers over on Japan’s HimeyaShop for $47.00 each.

[via TFW2005]

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