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   The Tekno Parrot is a robotic bird that acts just like the real thing. He is the perfect robot for those of you who have always wanted a parrot, but didn't want to bother with all that mess. The Tekno Parrot can do just about  anything that a real parrot can do and more. With light, voice and numerous touch sensors, Tekno Parrot is completely interactive. Her eyes are multi-colored LEDs that clue you in to what mood she's in. 

   Leave her in her cage too long or neglect to feed her and you are going to have one angry parrot on your hands. Play with her, talk to her and feed her and she will be your best friend. She will even repeat what you say, just like a real parrot. 

   Tekno Parrot is a true robot. He can think for himself and will act and say things differently depending on what is happening to him. He squawks in many expressive ways, laughs out loud when happy, gets worried when he is confused about what is happening around him, coo's when he's petted, catches cold if left too long in his cage, and can even mimic anyone's voice and say it back.
   
On the right is our "Tekno Parrot" carried by our B9 "Lost in Space" Robot.

    Thanks to his sophisticated artificial intelligence software and state-of-the-art sensor technology, the Tekno Parrot will let you know how he is feeling and provides feedback for the care you provide. He knows how long it's been since he's been fed and how often you have petted and played with him. He's quick to let you know he wants out of his cage.

    There are no remote controls to command him. He will do what he wants to do when he wants to do it. It all depends on his emotional state based on what his sensors are telling him around him and what has happened to him in the past. The artificial intelligence program in his computer brain decides what he should say next. 

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