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Terminator speaker uses Amazon Alexa to let you talk to your future robot masters


One of the fastest rising voice-controlled assistants, Amazon’s Alexa, just got a new face, and it makes perfect, terrifying sense: It’s the Terminator.

To be specific, it’s the metal face of Skynet’s robot apocalypse in the form of the Terminator T-800, the original model of the death machine played by Arnold Schwarzenegger in the classic 1984 film. The device is the creation of UK-based ACWorldwide, whose CEO, Karl Grimsey, told me that they have a worldwide license to produce the Alexa-powered speaker using the iconic sci-fi image. 

In addition to its amazing look and Alexa functionality, the device also houses a camera in one of the eyes that will deliver the familiar, red-tinted Terminator view via an app on your smartphone. The device is currently listed as a Kickstarter project for $300 and ships to supporters in Feb. of 2018.  Read more…

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