At the 2006 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, WowWee revealed the three newest members of the Robosapien series. One of which was the Robosapien RS2 Media (picture right), the newer brother of the Robosapien V2.
The next generation RS2 is set for release around the last quarter of 2006, and sports a LCD display on the torso, USB port and memory card. The 320×160 screen displays video from the robots helmet camera, captured in MPEG4, and saved onto the memory card.
The RS2 Robot has evolved and now allows motion capture and voice recordings to be saved to the memory card. Which can be further controlled via computer editing software, in order to sync both sound and movement into one fluid action.
Along with the functions of the older Robosapien V2, the RS2 has 11watt stereo speakers (hands) and subwoofer (back), which can be utilized by connecting an MP3 player to USB port and playing your stored music.