The new device that could replace smartphones in the future

The device was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show / Photo courtesy of Rabbit AI
The device was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show / Photo courtesy of Rabbit AI

In today’s era, most people can’t imagine life without smartphones, but now a device is ready to take its place.

The device, called the Rabbit R1, fits in the palm of your hand and is equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

With this device you can get answers to your questions, launch various apps or even call for a taxi.

But this is not a smartphone, but according to the company, it is a personal digital assistant that works on AI technology.

The device was introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Jesse Lyu, founder of a company called Rabbit AI, believes that the countless apps and features on our phones have outlived their usefulness, and he is keen to replace them with the R1.

The company thinks it could replace smartphones in the future / Photo courtesy of Rabbit AI
The company thinks it could replace smartphones in the future / Photo courtesy of Rabbit AI

According to Jesse Lyu, they don’t want their device to be a smartphone replacement, at least not yet.

But they feel that it can definitely replace smartphones in the near future.

It looks like a game console-like device with a 2.88-inch touchscreen display.

Apart from this, there is a rotating camera for taking photos and videos and a button to chat with the assistant.

Inside the device is a 2.3GHz processor, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, while its battery can last a full day on a single charge.

The specialty of a device is its software or operating system.

RabbitOS is a software large-action model-based AI system that allows the R1 to be used as a universal controller for all apps.

This device can be used to power all kinds of services, be it a website, an app or any platform, Jesse Lyu said.

Basically, it’s an assistant like Google Assistant, but with its operating system, you can control music, order a car, buy household goods, send messages, and much more on a single screen.

No need to open apps or log in to use this device, just state your wish and let the device do its job.

It also has a training mode that you can use to train the device to do different things.

The device is priced at $199 and will be available to consumers in March.

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