The Japan Timesにunibo（ユニボ）が紹介されました。
Meanwhile, robots like SoftBank’s emotion-reading Pepper and Sharp’s robot-designed phone RoBoHon, have also been a hit at the venue, with some attendees pointing out that these robots are likely to be a boon for makers. “The market for smart robots will be getting bigger and bigger,” said Taki Sakai, president of Unirbot, the Tokyo-based firm behind Unibo, a small white robot with a liquid-crystal display screen on its head.
The robot can recognize individuals’ faces, chat with them and act as a personal assistant.
The firm is set to go on sale next July for ¥98,000 with a monthly ¥4,500 fee for cloud-based services.