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Minn.-Based Co. Makes ‘Throw-Bots’ For Police, Military

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EDEN PRAIRIE (WCCO) — Cities of any size will now find it easier to add a robot to their police departments. It’s because a Minnesota-based company ReconRobotics, Inc. is offering a version of its remote-control surveillance camera for less than $5,000.

Their tough, little robot weighs slightly more than a pound, but can be thrown up to 50 feet. In fact, they call it the Throw-Bot.

Watch the report above.

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