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Product Specifications
Size
20-inch
Colors
Rose Pink, Mystery Black, Voyage Blue, Satellite Silver
Speed Range
3.6 – 7.2 km/h
Dimensions
20.5 x 15.6 x 7.9 in
Weight
9.9 lb. (4.5 KG)

Auto-Follow Suitcase Makes Your Travel Easier – COWAROBOT R1

Travel without worrying about handling the weight of your suitcase with COWAROBOT R1. This is a robotic suitcase that incorporates robotic technology on its smart suitcase shell. As a result, it can follow tracks autonomously, thus making the process of traveling with a suitcase smooth and hassle-free. It will simply roll-on with you and make you enjoy a hands-free mode of traveling all along the way. The 20-inch design uses the power of multi-sensor fusion technology and robot motion control algorithm to allow for autonomous following and obstacle avoidance. There are CO-EYE and CO-MOVE technologies that will help the suitcase to sense and monitor the surrounding area in real time. Based on this technological sense of “vision,” the robot will find an optimal path to walk along with the user. Apart from this, the suitcase also comes with multiple security measures and digital device charging to help you keep up with a digital life. And just to make the experience more amazing, you can download the corresponding mobile app to control smart locks, record and share the traveling path, and monitor the status of the suitcase.

Auto-Follow Suitcase Makes Your Travel Easier – COWAROBOT R1
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.4/10
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Discovered on Jul 21, 2016, 4:00 pm EDT
Discovered by Genevieve Healey
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