But there are also caveats. Experts say that although the promotional video shows the G1 standing, walking and even running, its movements are not very “refined”. Durability seems to be a strong point, as the robot can withstand kicks and punches.

G1 is only about 130cm tall. While the robot can perform basic tasks like flipping a piece of bread, it will likely need a stool to reach cabinets. This low size also raises questions about its real-world usefulness.

Another reason for skepticism is G1’s hands. Promotional materials depict the robot with both functional three-finger grippers and non-functional gloves. And given that there are already hints of a more expensive version of the “G1 EDU”, perhaps it will be equipped with three-finger grips and tactile sensors for more precise control.

Source: Ferra

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