Amazon Astro is a household robot that will cost $1499.99 when it goes on sale (you can request an invite to test it for $1,000 right now). Designed mainly as a mobile camera for home security, it’s also an Alexa smart speaker on wheels. While an innovative concept, without any arms there’s really not a lot this robot can do. Here’s a look at what it’s like to live with Amazon’s home robot Astro.
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