Not satisfied with what Sony’s renovated Aibo can do? You now have the power to make it perform more. Sony has launched out an update (2.50) for the robot that allows, amongst other stuffs, a web-based UI for programming measures. Newbies can employ a kit for visual programming that employs blocks to manufacture actions, while trained programmers can take part in a Developer Program. You cannot alter the personality of your robot, to be sure—this is majorly for activities and other tricks Sony did not dream itself.
There are extra inclusions if you do not care to program your pooch. You can “potty train” your dog with the help of a mapping function, carry it in an upright position, and educate it to be quiet. You can also feed the dog by employing virtual coins to purchase “aibocrisps,” but you will need to be cautious. While you will get coins for free by logging into the My Aibo app, Sony also provides coins for buying with actual cash.
Aibo is still far from a small buyout at a cost of $2,900. On the other hand, the developer tools make it simpler to defend if you are the tinkering kind. You can treat it more as a program than a novelty with a permanent set of functions.
Speaking of Sony, if you have been waiting patiently for a retailer to place excellent noise-canceling WH-1000XM3 headphones by Sony on sale, your patience has come to an end. Amazon has discounted both the silver and black versions by $72, making them $278 rather than their normal $350. As per Camelcamelcamel (the price tracker), that 21% price slash is the largest discount Amazon has ever provided on the Bluetooth devices. Users absolutely liked the WH-1000XM3 and it is going to be a treat for the fans.