Solana is a new Sex robot set to launch in 2018, this new sex robot was actually invented by Matt McMullen, Solana’s creator and human chaperone, Matt McMullen planned to launch the “world’s first commercially viable sex robot in late 2017.
Solana’s Artificial Inytelligence would be customizable through a supporting Android app, but with some limitations though. Harmony’s creator had plans for releasing a male version of his sex robot and mused about other gender variations, Solana would launch as an artificial female with porn-star proportions.
Solana failed to launch in 2017, but Matt and his team have been working extremely hard trying to make reasonable improvements to Solana’s AI. I received an update from Mashable that the release of the new sex robot (SOLANA) will be at the end of this month (January, 2018).
While Matt say’s he is still concluding the price, the new sex robot (Solana) should cost about $8,000.
Harmony is the same sex robot that we saw in 2017 but the Realbotix app, which eager robophiles can be download now, which also has a remote control mode.
After demoing Solana’s admittedly corny stand-up abilities, Matt removed her wig exposing a huge mess of circuits, wires and some motors. He also peeled the silicone surface of her face to reveal a foam skeleton peppered with an array of small and round magnets.
Those magnets are really helpful, they will allow users to replace damaged faces or swap them out for different one.