After previously unveiling their new QNAP AfoBot at Computex 2017 last year, QNAP have once again been showcasing their new personal robot and assistant at this year’s CES 2018. Designed to provide a smart artificial assistant the QNAP AfoBot can be seen in more detail in the QNAP Systems video embedded below.
The AfoBot robot is equipped with a wide variety of features including voice interaction, face recognition and the ability to place video calls, entertainment, and help you manage your daily life, Thanks to the creation of the AfoTalk mobile app which has been designed to help you communicate with your personal robot as well as keep your family members updated.
As well as unveiling more details about their new AfoBot personal robot, QNAP also unveiled a new Internet of Things mini server in the form of the QBoat Sunny. Designed to provide easy management and monitoring of connected devices the smart home automation system allows you to interface with a variety variety of IoT services and devices. Powered by an AL-314 processor supported by 2GB of RAM, the QBoat Sunny is equipped with two M.2 slots for SSDs, 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports, and 3 x Gigabit LAN ports, with a third M.2 slot available for wireless modules if desired.
Unfortunately, no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet by QNAP, but as soon as information comes to light, we will keep you updated as always, in the meantime jump over to the official QNAP for more information and full specifications on both the QNAP AfoBot personal robot and Internet of Things mini server.
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