Wireless robot uses voice control

Wireless robot uses voice control

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By Wisse Hettinga

AfoBot uses a 32 GB eMMC micro SD for storage and connects to the world via WiFi and Bluetooth.

Among the standard functions included by AfoBot are ‘AfoTalk’, ‘QVideo’ or ‘QMusic’, all of which have access to the QNAP NAS. Its elegant and compact design means that this domestic robot adapts to any environment or places that require an assistant with wireless mobility such as home, office or stores.

AfoBot uses Android 6.0 and has been developed with thr Android Open Development Platform – offering an open, flexible and affordable way to develop innovative devices to meet the needs and requirements of the market.

AfoBot enables users to communicate in hands-free mode via programs such as Skype or Hangouts thanks to your QNAP AfoTalk application.


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