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Robots To Compete In Triathalon in Hawaii

(Photo by Hikaru Ogawa/Getty Images)
(Photo by Hikaru Ogawa/Getty Images)

Today on the show, was I pulling your leg? No, not really, Panasonic announced they have come up with robots to compete on a triathlon course in Hawaii.

The company said three types of Evolta robots, developed to swim, bike and run, will challenge to complete an Ironman triathlon course in Hawaii, October 24, 2011, powered by three AA-size rechargeable Evolta batteries, the company said.

After scaling the cliff walls of the Grand Canyon and driving the Le Mans racetrack for 24 hours, a tiny Japanese robot is set for a new challenge — Hawaii’s grueling Ironman Triathlon course.

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