Date: 7 months ago   Category: Gadgets

Exoskeleton from injuries. Released LG the CLOi SuitBot device


The novelty increases force of muscles of the person, and reduces getting injured probability as a result of raising of freights. The LG company released the new version of an exoskeleton of CLOi SuitBot. The device helps to lift heavy objects, increasing force of muscles and reducing getting injured probability. Writes SlashGear about it. As a result of people can be tired less as a part of loading is undertaken by the robot. At the same time, the user of the device can remain still mobile. The exoskeleton can work without interruption 4 hours, and is completely loaded all for an hour. The new version of an exoskeleton, in comparison with the predecessor, differs in ease and usability. Persons interested will be able to see it at the CES 2019 exhibition which will take place from January 8 to January 12 in Las Vegas, and the novelty will go on sale in the nearest future. Earlier it was reported that Lenovo presented the new smartphone which bypassed new iPhone in power. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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