The Compurobot II was an educational robot designed in the 1980's. The Compurobot was programmed using a series of buttons on the top of the robot. They were pressed in sequence to enter a program that controlled the movement of the Compurobot. The movements were: Forward, Backward, Left, Right, Curve left, Curve right, Wait. It has 3 gear modes (speeds). All movements could also be multipled using number buttons. For example, pressing the forward button followed by '3' would program the robot to move forward for 3 seconds. A very smart and obedient robot
Draws and Writes according to your commands Dances and makes music with you, Easy to control with LOGO type commands, Picks up commands from anywhere in a room about 40 feet., Beeps to acknowledge each correct key entry from the controller
A technically sophisticated robot A memory up to 64 commands, A superb energy saver- loves to sleep when you don't play with him and wakes up with a slight touch on his sholders,
25 key programmable infer-red remote controller with simple editing functions, Records motions playrd and replays recording any time later.
A robot with free extras A prictal holder for remote controler storage, A well issustrated manual in simple english, Custom name plate, Demo program with built-in "Jingle, Bell', Large beautiful trey to hold things
A robot making your Personal computer more fun to play with Provides facilities- 1. To create robot programs on your computer keyboard, 2. To store them for transmitting later, Recieve robot program from your computer with RS232 interface, Comes with an easy-ti-read manual and self-taught editing software.