Robots rule at CES

WowWee Alive Elvis – A disturbingly lifelike bust of the king that will croon your favourite tunes and even recall anecdotes recorded by the lor

WowWee Alive Elvis – A disturbingly lifelike bust of the king that will croon your favourite tunes and even recall anecdotes recorded by the lord of lard himself…R2d2 projector – Half-sized model of the loveable droid that has an 800x600 projector stashed in his dome, as well as a DVD player, an iPod dock and USB and memory card slots. Oh, and a Millennium Falcon remote.iRobot Create – Based on the company’s cleaning models, but now featuring a bank of customiseable connectors allowing owners to add attachments and devise tasks and programmes. Maybe even pit it against other models in some sort of “Robot War”…Meccano Spyke – Johnny 5 is alive, and he’s had a Meccano update. This automaton totes Wi-Fi, a webcam and can wheel itself back to its charging station when tired. No word on whether it can shout “Hey laserlips. Your mama was a snowblower!”Microbot Ubot – Following an invisible barcode track across your floor, the Ubot will vacuum, mop and even sweep – teach it how to make sweet, sweet love and you may never need a girlfriend again.Roboquad – Another release from the WowWee crowd, this little fella can scuttle at three speeds on its crab-like legs, can spot movement up to 13 feet away and can function in the dark – sweet dreams, people…