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    Hubot by Hubotics, Carlsbad, Ca. 1983

    Hubot is 44-inch tall, 110 pound battery- operated personal robot and when programmed, Hubot will remember how to get around the house without bumping into walls. Hubot includes a complete mobile work station, an Entertainment package and robotic functions. Hubot is 44-inch tall, 110 pound battery- operated personal robot and when programmed, Hubot will remember how to get around the house without bumping into walls. Hubot includes a complete mobile work station, an Entertainment package and robotic functions. The entertainment package included a voice synthesizer with a 1200-word vocabulary, a 12" black and white television, and AM/FM stereo cassette player, an Atari 2600 video game set and a digital clock that displayed time and temperature. Inside is a complete proprietary SysCon computer with B&W monitor, Detachable keyboard and optional printer which is used to do computing task and control the robotic functions. There was an optional voice command module that included a microphone to command Hubot verbally. Hubot could be preprogrammed to follow a programmed path or driven with a joystick. Once taught a path, Hubot could be command to follow it again with the touch of a button.

Features:
  • full-featured computer "brain" with CP/M 2.2
  • 12-inch combination TV/monitor
  • 64-key detachable ASCII keyboard
  • 5" DS/DD floppy disk drive
  • sonic and infrared obstacle avoidance
  • built-in Atari video game system
  • built-in AM/FM stereo w/ cassette, equalizer and speakers
  • phonetic voice synthesizer for unlimited vocabulary
  • full-direction movement
  • Options:
  • removable serving tray
  • 40 column dot matrix printer ($300)
  • additional 5" floppy disk drive ($395)
  • plastic "home base" (similar to Omnibot 2000) for programming reference
  • voice recognition for vocal command control
  • fully articulated arm ($700)
  • heat/smoke/intrusion sentry package (< $300)
  • automatic battery recharge with charger locator
  • vacuum cleaner attachment ($300)
  • remote control
  • 300 baud modem
  • Technical Specifications:
  • CPU: Zilog 8-bit Z80A @ 4 MHz
  • Memory: 64K user RAM
  • Power supply: 12vdc 40 Ahr sealed lead acid battery
  • Interface Connectors:
  • two joystick ports
  • one RS232 port
  • one Centronics/parallel port
  • battery charger
  • Dimensions: 22" diameter x 45" high
  • Weight: ~110 lbs
  • Original Price: $3495
  • Hubotics
    5375 Avenida Encinas
    Carlsbad, California, 92008
    Tel (619) 438-9028

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