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Robotbase’s superset of TurtleBot, a Kickstarter project | IEEE Spectrum

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22 January 2015



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“As always with Kickstarter, you’re buying into a dream, and the dream here is going to be a real challenge to fulfill. After talking with Duy, we’re optimistic about this project, because if nothing else, you’re getting a lot of solid hardware and capability for your money. If all of the software components and apps work as advertised, even better.”

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