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Romo - The Smartphone Robot for Everyone

A project in Las Vegas, NV by Romotive

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Romotive is back with a brand new bot! Romo is an affordable, personal robot that uses your iDevice as his brain.
Backers: 1089
Average Pledge Per Backer: $156

Funded: $170,034 of $100,000
Dates: Oct 16th -> Nov 15th (31 days)
Project By: Romotive
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