HAL 9000 Bluetooth Speaker Could be the Coolest and Geekiest Yet, Here’s a First Look

HAL 9000 Bluetooth Speaker Could be the Coolest and Geekiest Yet, Here's a First Look

This year is the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey film, and to celebrate, the Master Replicas Group has created a functional replica of the iconic computer HAL-9000. That’s right, this is no prop, but rather a functional speaker with Amazon’s Echo technology integrated, which makes it double as a virtual assistant. The replica consists of two parts: the HAL 9000 Bluetooth Speaker Edition modeled after Discovery One, and the limited, internet-connected HAL 9000 with Command Console that incorporates one of the Bluetooth speakers with a 10.1-inch HD display as well as 10 buttons that can be used to interact with HAL. Continue reading for more pictures, information, and the Indiegogo page.”These devices won�t come cheap, however, and a bunch of the early-bird tiers have sold out. There are a handful of the Command Console units still available, which cost a hefty $1,200, while the standard unit runs at $600. Those tiers appear to be limited, but Master Replicas Group says that it will run a number of special prices as the campaign continues, and it will continually refresh the tiers with new pricing and perks,” reports The Verge. Indiegogo page.

HAL 9000 Bluetooth Speaker Could be the Coolest and Geekiest Yet, Here's a First Look
HAL 9000 Bluetooth Speaker Could be the Coolest and Geekiest Yet, Here's a First Look
HAL 9000 Bluetooth Speaker Could be the Coolest and Geekiest Yet, Here's a First Look

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