Boston Dynamics’ lifelike Spot robot is now on sale for $75,000. See what it can do here.

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  • Robotics company Boston Dynamics announced that it’s robot dog, Spot, is now for commercial sale in the US.
  • The robot will retail for $74,500, with a lead time of 6-8 weeks.
  • Spot has already been used in hospitals, agriculture, and police work. 
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Spot, Boston Dynamics’ famous four-legged robot, is now officially available to purchase. For $74,500, Spot is ready for use by “developers eager to explore how flexible mobile robots can be adapted for tasks ranging from industrial inspection to entertainment.”

For now, Spot is only available to US customers, and they can expect orders to be fulfilled in six to eight weeks after a $1,000 deposit. The company suggests several uses for the dog-like robot: “Inspect dangerous, inaccessible, and remote environments, Automate data collection on your site, Carry payloads on unstructured or unknown terrain.”

Previously, companies used Spot as part of the“Early Adopter Program,” which meant they could lease the robot under certain conditions. If customers violated the agreement, Boston Dynamics could reclaim the robot and end the relationship. Now, interested customers can buy Spot directly. 

Here are a few things Spot has already done.

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