We covered it recently, and the makers have kindly offered the readers of Gadget Master the chance to win one.
Described as being small but agile, it’s a little robot that can be programmed to walk, do tricks and roll around almost like a real dog.
It is operated via OpenCat, an open source Arduino and Raspberry Pi-compatible quadruped robotic pet framework developed by Petoi themselves. Basically, you can start with block-based Scratch-like programming and move on to advanced coding with the Arduino IDE and C++/Python.
You can see the Petoi FAQs for more info.
Let’s keep things simple. Simply enter your email address below, and we will randomly select one lucky winner, who will be connected with Petoi so they can fulfil delivery of the prize.
Good luck to everyone who enters. We’ll keep the competition open for two months – closing date Friday 26 August.
What would it normally cost? It’s priced at £299.99 from Amazon.co.uk, with an additional battery pack – for longer walkies – costing £39.99 and a camera module costing another £59.99. A pre-built version of the dog will cost £309. The prize is sans these extras.