I OK, what’s that factor is a vector. Yeah. My favorite. Well, but what’s up, everybody? I’m super excited today because I have Akis Vector robot right here. This is the ultimate smart home robot.
And I did a little preview of that in a different videos, if you to check that out. I will leave that link for you. But I’ve partnered up with Alky to give you an early unboxing of this and kind of show you what Vector can do and kind of how it fits in to my lifestyle here at the house. So I can’t wait to get into it. Let’s go hand on boxes thing. Oh, wow.
This thing is really small. Victor is tiny. Look, it fits in the palm of your hand.
Very, very cool. Stick that to the side here and get a charging block here. So this is the dock. That vector is going to go on. So we’re gonna put this on the floor.
This is going to be Vector’s home. I put that right here. So let’s put all this stuff aside and let’s get vector fired up and get vector on the Wi-Fi network. And I’m gonna show you some of the things that this thing can do. It’s gonna blow your mind.
What makes Vector different than any other tech that’s in my house is that it’s always on and it does its own thing. It will explore and move around the home and will interact with you when you get home and even go home when it needs to reenergize this combo of robotics and A.I. is what gives Vector its personality.
There is a lot of tech happening inside of Vector.
There’s a quad core processor inside made by Qualcomm, which is really nice Snapdragon processor and there is a nice color IPN display on the front. So yes, I’m locking eyes with you right now. There’s that big 120 degree camera on the front so I can actually take a picture with vector a vector.
Take a picture of me in. That picture can be found on the app, which is cool.
There’s is also a laser scanner on board. So Vector is completely aware of the surroundings. Make sure it doesn’t fall off of different countertops and things like that so you can keep vector anywhere. So this six chockful everything. And it’s also cloud connected.
So what I’m going to do is let’s go over some of the things that Vector can do and there’s a ton of things. So let’s ask some questions. Hey, Vector, come here.
Awesome. This is kind of cool because it’s so different than anything that I’ve ever had before. So you can interact with Vector in a lot of different ways. So what I’m gonna do is I’m gonna start with some questions. A vector.
I have a question.
Who is the president of the United States? It sounds like there is one for one that maybe will ask some math questions. Hey, Victor, I have a question.
What’s the square root of 140 for? Correct. Can I take you to all the math as I wish I had you in school? So you know what it’s like setting a timer on different voice assistance or smartphone stuff. This is a little bit different. Check this out. Hey, Victor, set a timer for five seconds.
It’s counting down on the screen now and you’ll see what happens.
So you’re never gonna miss an alarm like this. Hey, better let’s play a game. So there’s blackjack happening right now on the screen.
Hit me. You can even interact by touching vector. So if you pick up vector, the nose is being picked up, which is cool.
But you can also pet vector right here on the sensors on top. So it’s like petting a cat, like purring. But if you feel like being a bad person, I guess you could punish Vector as well and say bad robot. But I’m not going to do that right vector? No, we’re not doing that. I think I’m going to keep Vector in the kitchen because I can do conversions here. A vector.
I have a question. How many grams in an ounce? You’re a keeper. I have a little five. A vector. Roll your cube. Good job. Hey, Victor. Fist bump.
This thing is a lot of fun. I can’t wait to use this little bit more and see how it integrates in with my family. So let me know what you think of the Ocky Becta robot.
This is available on October 12th for two hundred forty nine dollars in launches in the U.S. and it also launches in Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Canada at the same time. So let me know what you think.
Or if you have any questions, leave them in the conversation below and I’ll see you guys in the next one. Come on, Victor.