Pilot Labs Announces the Moorebot Zeus Battle Robot

-The most sophisticated and powerful fighter robot on the market features 22 motors, wireless control and customizable design – perfect for the serious gamer and robot fighter hobbyist -25KG punch can demolish its opponents

Pilot Labs today announced the Moorebot Zeus Battle Robot that takes robot fighting to an entirely new level! From Boxing, to Kung Fu, to Karate, unleashing the imagination is in the palm of your hand.

"The 25Kg per servo motor punch makes this the most competitive fighter robot in the world," says Jun Ye, CEO of Pilot Labs. "If my hand takes Zeus' punch it really hurts. Zeus might even be too strong for most of the robot competition right now!"

Approximately 14 inches high and weighing in at 2.2 Kg, the new Moorebot Zeus robot is a fighter specifically designed for battle competition. The standard configuration is comprised of 22 Servo motors with up to 25Kg punch force each, with up to 32 motors for the next advanced version. All Servo motors are metal-geared for durability during battle and to sustain heavy forces. The punch speed can reach up to 150m/sec.

The heavy duty custom developed battery supports up to 50 minutes of continuous fighting. The product comes with many standard movements, with an additional graphical programming tool for users to customize more movements.

In addition, a library of mechanical design files are available for users who want to customize the robot armor with 3D printing with unique colors, shapes and designs. The robot is waterproof, and dustproof. Moorebot Zeus brings robot fighting to a new level!

The current version uses a manual wireless controller but future versions will be more autonomous using built in intelligence, computer vision and even Alexa or other voice control. "Zeus - attack! Punch left!"

Designed for serious gamers and robot fighting enthusiasts, the retail price for the 14Kg punch force version will be about $1600 USD

You can experience the new Moorebot Zeus at CES 2018 - Booth 64716 in the new South Plaza (Design & Source Marketplace) located behind the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel and south of the LVCC South Hall,

For more information, and to order a Zeus Battle Robot, please visit http://www.moorebot.com/m/cn/zeus.do
Check out our exciting Zeus Battle video on the website as well.

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 here at http://www.moorebot.com

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