Philip English

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Double Telepresence Robot Product Review

Double Telepresence Robot Review

Hi guys! I’m Philip English on now. In this video, we are looking into the double telepresence robot by double robotics.


Telecommuting is on the rise, and its potential benefits have been well documented. But while you can call, email, and IM to your heart’s content, there are few substitutes for person-to-person face time. Double robotics’ Double Telepresence Robot transforms telecommuting by allowing significantly deeper level of interaction with other remote team members. That’s because Double takes all the great aspects of video calls

via an iPad and places them on a mobile base that puts the remote worker in control. A telepresence robot enables you to drive around a remote location while on a video call from anywhere over the internet. This app is for both the robot iPad and the driver iPad. Double is the simplest, most elegant way to be somewhere else in the world without flying there. The minimalist design and intuitive touchscreen controls allow you to freely move around without inconveniencing others. You can stay at eye level, whether sitting or standing, by adjusting your height remotely, which makes conversations fluid and real. Retractable kickstands will automatically deploy to conserve power when you are not moving around. There are two wheels at either end of the Double’s cylindrical base, with a single metal tube extending upwards and terminating in a plastic iPad cradle. When off, the Double uses retractable stands at the front and back to keep upright, but once turned on, the robot is self-balancing, much like a Segway. Around back are a power port for use with the included AC adapter and a single button for powering the device on/off or triggering pairing. The Double doesn’t come with its own iPad, but it works with the iPad 2, third-generation iPad, fourth-generation iPad, and even the iPad Air, though there will be some wiggle room with the AirPad. There’s an included wide-angle conversion lens to help widen your field of view using the iPad’s built-in front-facing camera. A clever mirror around back lets you use the rear-facing camera to look down at the Double’s base, which proved really useful for avoiding obstacles. To quickly run through the specs, the connection of Bluetooth the batteries are rechargeable lithium ion, the battery life is up to 8 hours, charging time two hours, the weight of the robot is 6.35 kilograms that’s about 14 pounds, motorized height adjustment for 47 to 49 inches, self-balancing base on wheels, dual kickstands for power saving while at rest and a lightweight design ensures a safe environment. Hello I’m Philip, okay, thanks guys and hope you have enjoyed the review of the double Telepresence Robot by Double Robotics. Now if you liked this review, I would like to see more write reviews, please hit the subscribe button and keep up to date with the latest videos that come out. Please have a look below as well, where I have put links related to these videos, as well as other information about double robotics. If you have any questions or want to see any other related reviews, then please write me a message in the comments section, and I will see what I can do. Thanks Guys! And I will see you next time.

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