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    Like their living and breathing dog prototypes, Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini robots now can pull version of a “dogsled” that fits their size and strength – a truck.

    A new video from Boston Dynamics showed their four-legged robot dog SpotMini doing a new trick – joining (and leading) a small army that can move heavy objects together – for example pulling a truck.

    “It only takes 10 Spotpower (SP) to haul a truck across the Boston Dynamics parking lot (~1 degree uphill, truck in neutral),” the caption reads. Earlier SpotMini showed itself capable of picking up objects, opening doors, climbing stairs, and even dancing in a rhythm of the funky tune.

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    The SpotMini was first shown off in 2017, and according to the official website, it could last up to 90 minutes per charge, and it has a maximum payload of 14 kilograms — half of its own weight. The company says that SpotMini “will be available for a range of applications soon,” however the release date and the pricing remain unknown. 


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