Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Sony "Rolly"

Seems nifty gadgets for playing music is becoming a bit of a craze lately.
The Sony "Rolly" gives a new spin on "Rock and Roll".
The $354 USD egg is small enough to fit in your palm and weighing in at 312grams.
This cute little egg is set to compete against another Japanese egg, ZMP's Miuro.

The Miuro is an iPod docking station that rolls around and follows you from room to room to make sure you don't miss a beat.
The Miuro is priced around $930 USD and weighs in around 9lbs.

Which egg do you want rolling into your home?

More on the "Rolly" can be found here
and more on the Miuro can be found here.

Update: Great find Kami! I found a video of it. -Pocky

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At Sep 11, 2007, 7:45:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yikes! Watch out for the stairs!
I can just see that thing getting up and rolling out the door and down the steps as it follows my dog or a dust bunny or something instead of me.

You're just sitting there... "Hey! Where are you going?!"

At Sep 11, 2007, 11:23:00 PM, Blogger Pocky said...

Such a weird Sony product! I wonder when the life size version ships... so you can really dance/get run over with it!

At Sep 13, 2007, 6:57:00 PM, Blogger Zaku-sama said...

Now I'm going to take it out when I'm driving, and take it to an empty parking lot, and I'm going to bolt around and see if it can chase the car...hopefully it won't get under wheels so to speak. =D


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