kit for a beginner

From RoboBrothers.com (Livermore, CA) came the first sub US$400 humanoid robot kit to appear late 2007
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kit for a beginner

Post by Raul » Sat Jun 07, 2008 6:40 pm

Post by Raul
Sat Jun 07, 2008 6:40 pm

Hy, is my first post.
i need help, i want build robots and i love humanoid robots.
I want know what is the best and cheap humanoid for a beginner?
I think it´s Robophilo, i don´t have any experience in robots, i am doing a little project with a simple micromouse http://www.instructables.com/id/E6PN...6H58/?ALLSTEPS
but i want make humanoid robot, i don´t know what is necessary, i think for a beginner like me a perfect joice are buy one humanoid.

i am undecided:
-Robo-nova;
-Bioloid Comprehensive;
-robophilo.

Hm Someone help me, in thesse site http://www.robotservicesgroup.com/RobotsPage1.html
say that the better robot for a beginner is robophilo.

bye
Hy, is my first post.
i need help, i want build robots and i love humanoid robots.
I want know what is the best and cheap humanoid for a beginner?
I think it´s Robophilo, i don´t have any experience in robots, i am doing a little project with a simple micromouse http://www.instructables.com/id/E6PN...6H58/?ALLSTEPS
but i want make humanoid robot, i don´t know what is necessary, i think for a beginner like me a perfect joice are buy one humanoid.

i am undecided:
-Robo-nova;
-Bioloid Comprehensive;
-robophilo.

Hm Someone help me, in thesse site http://www.robotservicesgroup.com/RobotsPage1.html
say that the better robot for a beginner is robophilo.

bye
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Post by jaybirdtke » Sat Jun 21, 2008 12:50 am

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Sat Jun 21, 2008 12:50 am

I am a fan of the Robophilo. You can check some of my previous posts. I haven't done anything new with it for a while. I guess my excitement faded a bit, but I still have some new motion ideas that I need to work out. I'm glad that I didn't invest $1,000 dollars or so on one of the more expensive bots, because the Robophilo does everything I want him to do. I did upgrade some of the servos. In all I spent about $500 or so. For me it was the right choiceh.
I am a fan of the Robophilo. You can check some of my previous posts. I haven't done anything new with it for a while. I guess my excitement faded a bit, but I still have some new motion ideas that I need to work out. I'm glad that I didn't invest $1,000 dollars or so on one of the more expensive bots, because the Robophilo does everything I want him to do. I did upgrade some of the servos. In all I spent about $500 or so. For me it was the right choiceh.
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Post by Raul » Mon Jun 23, 2008 5:12 pm

Post by Raul
Mon Jun 23, 2008 5:12 pm

hi.
Why you don´t spent 400 dolares in kit why you choose the 500 dolars?
Why you don´t choose the robot kit 400 dolars?

I i will buy the robophilo.

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hi.
Why you don´t spent 400 dolares in kit why you choose the 500 dolars?
Why you don´t choose the robot kit 400 dolars?

I i will buy the robophilo.

Cumpliments
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