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Robotic Pet Dog
Member Name: roverdog
Robotic Pet Dog
Date: 25/02/01, updated on 25/02/01 (141 review reads)
Advantages: It's quite small, and can fit on your desk
Disadvantages: finger cramp
I first saw this little doggie in a window, but it didn't have a waggly tail. I wondered how much the little doggy in the window cost, and hoped that the doggy was for sale.
I wanted to buy it for my brothers birthday present, because I'm cheap, and so was this.
The 'robotic pet dog' cost about £5, and I guess in some ways was worth the money, however, I wouldn't have paid any amount over this price.
When I saw it in the window (I did actually see it there...) I wanted to see what it did. It was apparently a 'robot', so what would it do?
A robot is a device which operates automatically or by remote control, so when I saw it was only 5 pounds, I thought I had found a bargain.
No, I hadn't. I was a little disappointed to find that it didn't work on it's own, but had a sort of 'mouse' attached to it (like a computer mouse...) and by pressing the button on it, it would move, once. To make it move again, you would have to keep pressing down on the button. I got finger cramp.
Ok, so it doesn't need feeding, or taking for walks, but it does bark...if you can be bothered to press the button...and in my mind, it is a little tacky and won't catch on. In other words, the perfect present for my brother.
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