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Programmable robots controlled by a computer using sensors and motors went on the shelves "for the first time in the world" at a preview of Christmas toys at the central London toy store Hamleys, yesterday.

The programmable robot toy, the Lego Technic Cybermaster, comes with a CD-ROM with which children can programme the robot vehicle.

A Lego spokesman said:"Children can use the vehicle to pick up socks off the floor and take them to the wash basket - tidying a bedroom will never be boring again, to the delight of parents."
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Sep 24, 1998
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