GPS navigators are great and everything, but they're just so cold and impersonal. What with their screens and plastic and buttons. Where's the warmth? The charm? The softness? That's what I'm looking for in a gadget.
Ah, here we are. This robotic teddy bear, created by iXs Research Corporation, is actually a GPS navigator. It talks and tells you directions, and its little arms point you in the direction you need to go. It also has an alcohol detection sensor embedded in its neck, allowing it to harass you if it thinks you're drunk. Sure, it has no maps, which makes it much less useful than other devices, but look at it! A teddy bear! Adorable!
iXs Research, via Pink Tentacle