A robot hand gives Internet users the ability to touch

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  • Thursday, 15 Apr 2010

HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s Chinese University has this week announced the development of a robot hand that will allow Internet users the “sense of touch.”

Professor Liu Yun-hui, of the university’s department of mechanical and automation engineering, told Relaxnews that the device would be on sale by Christmas and would retail for “around US$100 (RM320).”

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