Petoi Bittle X
Bittle X - Open Source, Voice Controlled Robot Dog
Robotics Kit for Learning & Fun
Learn and Play with Your Robot Pet
Build your own robot
Block-based, C++, Python
Guide real-world exploration with mobile app, voice control & programming
Extensible & customizable
Learn STEM, coding & robotics
IoT, robotics & artificial intelligence applications
Hardware Components for Ultra-realistic Movements
- larger programming space and faster CPU
- built-in Wifi & Bluetooth support
- built-in voice command module
- support multi-degree-of-freedom(MDOF) multi-legged robots with up to 12 servos
A Li-ion battery pack for about one hour of continuous walking
- a controllable angle of 270 degrees
- eight plastic servos to actuate Bittle's walking joins, another one for head panning.
- interlocking frame as a 3D puzzle with very few screws involved
- on average, it takes about one hour to finish the assembly
Fun for all ages
with mobile app or remote control
Voice control Bittle X robot dog
35+ predefined voice commands are ready for use.
Define Your Own Voice Commands
10 additional programmable voice commands supported
Custom Control With Simple Commands On Mobile App
Teach Your Robot Dog New Skills
Learn Coding With Petoi's Free STEM Curriculum
Project-based C++ quadruped robotics curriculum using Arduino IDE
Develop Quadruped Robot Applications & Conduct Artificial Intelligence Research
Develop with Optional Sensors
Testimonials and Reviews
I am in love with Petoi robots because they are fully programmable, very fast, and have lots of endurance.
Tinkergen has hundreds of young learners of coding and robotics using Petoi Bittle robotics kits. Our students learn to program Bittle's actions and tricks to amaze their friends and families. Our teachers also like the endless possibilities of teaching with Bittle.
Our Robotics & AI Lab is using Petoi legged robots for robotics research and kid robotics camps. They are fun, affordable, agile, easy-to-run experiments. We tried bigger quadruped robots, but they were so clumsy to control and required a big area to run in.
I’m assembling Argo (my Bittle’s name), and starting with Arduino in Linux. I MUST make my compliments !!! Really a good job! I can't imagine how many hours you spent on the code and designing the body of Bittle.
In Italian we say: OTTIMO LAVORO !