Tesselate introduces us to the ED-IT DJ bots

Nov 23 // Brian Szabelski    @brianszabelski

First in the series, the B5100, comes next Thursday

Tesselate is back with a new resin robot who's ready to rock the party. He's launching the ED-IT DJ robot line, and the first one happens to be the B5100. Originally designed by Tesselate back in 1999, the B5100 is one of the future's most popular DJ robots and a joint founder of the ED-IT group. Yes, robots are the world's DJs in the future; sorry, Deadmau5.

The 6-inch B5100 comes with an underground club desk and two miniature Accex sound-creating devices, ready to turn any shelf into a party. You can pick him up in a limited edition of five pieces for £70 on Thursday, Nov. 29 at 8 p.m. GMT (3 p.m. Eastern, noon Pacific) at Tesselate's shop. You can also pick up just the head for £20 at the same time.

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