Sex robot firm release new fleet of dolls buyers can customise ‘for Christmas’

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    A firm that specialises in creating ultra lifelike customisable sex robots has released its latest range just in time "for the holidays", which users can customise.

    RealDoll, a US-based firm, tweeted to their 23k followers saying that they had released two new models just in time for people to buy them for Christmas.

    "Two new bodies and faces!!! What?!?! Just in time for the Holidays!" their official page stated on November 17.

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    Alongside the post was a picture of one of the new models, Xandra 1.0.

    The firm says that they use an "AI driven robotic doll system powered by the technology developed over the past several years."

    The dolls can form expressions, move its head, and even speak.

    "The eyes can also move and blink, creating an experience never before possible with any doll," the makers add.

    The dolls are designed to run with customisable AI software "X-Mode", which allows buyers to create unique personalities and control the voice of their robot, the website adds.

    The head also features a safety lock to lock the neck in place when needed for posing or play.

    The dolls come with multiple breast options, nipple details and vaginal styles, which add to the price.

    To add freckles to the body and face costs a cool $450, whilst a "transgender converter" in the form of a dildo that can be added to the doll is an extra $499.

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    It follows news of a new breakthrough in "printed skin" that gives robots a sense of touch just like humans.

    Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (CalTech) have developed the technology.

    The technology has been created to help robots detect pollution or even examine luggage in an airport for explosives.

    Humans could use it to control a robotic arm and "feel" feedback from a distance using the "squishy" robot flesh.

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