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Boston Dynamics in 2019 will launch the sale of robots for the first time in 26 years of existence

The robotics manufacturer Boston Dynamics will launch the sale of robots for the first time in 26 years. In 2019, the engineering company plans to begin selling the SpotMini robo. This is written by TechCrunch.

The preparation of SpotMini robots for commercial realization in the coming year was told by the founder of Boston Dynamics Mark Raibert (Marc Raibert), the publication specifies.

The company plans to release the first 100 models of robotic dogs later this year, while the planned price of the device is unknown, writes TechCrunch.

The company specified that the production of the latest SpotMini cost 10 times cheaper than previous models.

Earlier, Boston Dynamics published a video, where SpotMini moves along a given route, descends and rises the stairs.

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