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The Secom Robot X security guard, which can be controlled remotely or pre-programmed, will not be sold to customers; it will replace human security guards for half the cost. (Read the complete story)

"I can just see this little machine"walking" down a thief blaring: "Intruder. Alert. Alert. Intruder." Release it's funky little smoke screen (which the criminal [having done his homework] will already be privvy too) and have the intruder just laugh as he continues stealing. 1/2 STAR RATING (out of FIVE) for me. This pathetic little machine seems just like a more-mobile security camera with corny smoke screens and lousy sound effect. Please, use your money for something else, mister inventor-scientist dudes. Samuel."
(Samuel 8/27/2004 7:30:23 AM)
"I see what you mean! I'm sure this device is not intended to capture or immobilize thieves or vandals. However, the purpose of most security guards is to check to make sure an area is secure, and to notify the police if a problem is found. A remote-controlled (or pre-programmed) drone can serve exactly the same purpose; it can also take pictures of intruders and can keep intruders in sight while police are summoned."
(Bill Christensen 8/27/2004 9:13:48 AM)
"This sounds really cool and i wnat to get it!! oh yeah next time make it taller!!!"
(Your Mom 5/31/2006 7:37:26 AM)
"We as High school students are very impressed as for technology we need information about this robot, "
(Ella and Rebekah 7/23/2006 6:31:10 PM)
"hi were back, our teacher was impressed with the info we had thanx to u we will get a high mark... hopefully luv ya gorgus, Ella and Rebekah xoxo"
(Ella and Rebekah 7/30/2006 7:38:09 PM)

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