In a world dominated by smartphones, the Rabbit R1 AI Assistant emerges as a groundbreaking device, challenging the norm and offering a unique, distraction-free user experience. Created by the California-based tech company Rabbit, in collaboration with Teenage Engineering, this pocket-sized wonder is designed to handle essential smartphone functions without overwhelming you with apps.
The Rabbit R1 employs a Large Action Model (LAM), taking language processing to the next level by executing actions based on inputs. Running on rabbit’s custom OS, trained on widely used apps, this app-free device utilizes the internet and your commands to perform tasks such as ordering food and calling an Uber. Notably, it mimics human interaction with apps, and users can train their R1s for specific tasks on various applications.
In terms of hardware, the R1 boasts a compact size, measuring half that of an iPhone, featuring a 2.88-inch touchscreen display, a push-to-talk button, and a scroll wheel. Powered by a 2.3GHz MediaTek processor, 128 GB of storage, and 4GB of RAM, it ensures seamless connectivity with both Wi-Fi and cellular networks. The AI-driven rotating camera, known as the “rabbit eye,” facilitates video calls and app usage requiring a camera. With an all-day battery life, a USB-C port, and an empty SIM card slot, the R1 is a versatile and powerful assistant.
The overwhelming demand for the Rabbit R1 was evident as the first 10,000 units sold out within 24 hours of its CES introduction. Priced at $199, pre-orders for the second batch are now available, with shipping scheduled for April. As users eagerly await the arrival of this innovative AI assistant, the Rabbit R1 signifies a shift towards a more streamlined and efficient tech experience. Click here for more details.