New Ultra Cute Hubble HUGO Alexa Robot Now Available

January 15, 2019 Moorebot
Hugo is the Perfect Add On for Amazon Alexa Smart Homes – Adds a Motorized Eyelid Video Camera and a Smile
Hugo is the Perfect Add On for Amazon Alexa Smart Homes – Adds a Motorized Eyelid Video Camera and a Smile
The new Hubble HUGO Robot – with colorful “clothes” - is now available
The new Hubble HUGO Robot – with colorful “clothes” - is now available

New Ultra Cute Hubble HUGO Alexa Robot Now Available

The Perfect Add On for Amazon Alexa Smart Homes – Adds a Motorized Eyelid Video Camera and a Smile

 

Kid Friendly, Colorful Costumes for HUGO Now Also Available

 

San Diego, CA – January 15, 2019

The new Hubble HUGO Robot – with colorful “clothes” - are now available for purchase directly from Moorebot and at Amazon.

This is the only Alexa Smart Home accessory that adds a Big camera eye and a Smile. More than a personal robot and smart speaker that can be used to control the smart home - it can also be used as a baby and child monitor with voice-recognition that can act as a smart assistant to parents.

Hubble HUGO is an Amazon Alexa certified robot with built-in Alexa Voice Service (AVS) and a full HD camera with a motorized eyelid for privacy protection. HUGO connects to the Alexa Voice Service to play music, order supplies, stay on schedule, and provide information, news, sports scores, weather, parenting tips, and more— instantly.

As a monitor, HUGO is capable of supporting almost 360 degrees viewing with PTZ function. Ideal for day and night monitoring, HUGO works with thousands of Alexa skills as well as the Alexa compatible devices in the smart home.

 

Hubble HUGO is a joint Development of Pilot Laboratories, Inc. & Hubble Connected, Inc.

With special Alexa Skills for HUGO, it can take pictures and record videos by voice command, even remotely.

Using its special AI function, faces can be detected. This means that Hugo can look for named faces, and once recognized, capture pictures and videos.

 

• Watch over your baby from afar

 

• Voice control your smart home

 

• Hands-free voice control

 

• Access a wide pool of parenting skills

 

• Capture precious baby milestones

 

• Play soothing sounds & lullabies

Check out the review video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOLjmMWtZ9o

Check out the Hugo’s Holiday Singing Video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMa6060EUss

More about the Hubble HUGO and how to get one at https://store.moorebot.com/products/alexa-with-[...]

Hubble HUGO “clothes” at https://store.moorebot.com/products/kid-friendl[...]

Purchase from Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Hubble-Nursery-Smart-Rob[...] or https://www.amazon.com/Silicone-Costume-Nursery[...]

 

About Hubble Connected:

Hubble makes it easy to stay connected with your favorite people, places and pets with live video streaming and up-to-date smart notifications wherever you are. Hubble is also the first Platform-as-a-Service for the connected home. Offering complete SDK, API integration documentation and reference design. Hubble enables leading brands and hardware manufacturers to rapidly integrate and connect new products to the cloud.

 

About Shenzhen Pilot Labs Technologies Co., Ltd

Pilot Labs is a leading product design and development company utilizing the state-of-art technologies in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet-of-Things (IoT). The company's product portfolio includes robots, smart lighting and wireless sensing. Pilot Labs develops unique high- quality smart products that are fun, exceptional, personalized and content rich. More information at www.moorebot.com

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