Sony’s 2nd generation Aibo is out! Check the official web site for more information on the ERS-210 – available in the U.S. by December for about US$1,400.00. While waiting, you can check out the latest in wrist-wearable technology at wristdreams.com.
Aibo2, Wrist Dreams
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