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Jacob
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Amazon delivery with Drone
Jacob   1/12/2014 10:51:51 PM
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"its new-generation personal drone, called "Micro Drone," equipped with indoor wheels to roll on the floor or the ceiling; and a smartphone-controlled robotics device, "Jumping Sumo," that jumps 2.5 feet in the air but always lands on its wheels."

Junko, is it a proto type model of Amazons latest addition of delivery vehicle or something else.

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jumping sumo
t.alex   1/12/2014 1:08:17 AM
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The jumping sumo's wifi range is pretty impressive!



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