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Do You Really Need A Wife? New Sex Doll That Talks & Sings To You, Set To Go On Sale

Do men really need a wife? a new sex robot that can speak, smile and even sing by simply pressing a button is set to ready for retailers next year.

The doll which is being hailed as a “game-changer” has a Doll Robotic a “stunningly beautiful face” and can listen and respond to questions using voice recognition software, the Scotsman reported Wednesday.

“This is revolutionary. It’s a game-changer from a gamer’s perspective. It’d be like a new console being released,” said Paul Lumb, the head of Cloud Climax.

The price of the “Bugatti Veyron of VR” prototype – which is covered in silicone “skin” — is a mere US$5,870 which some say could be a lot cheaper than a lot of wives.

The life-like doll head, which can be controlled with a smartphone or PlayStation controller, is made by Doll Sweet Dolls and EX Doll and can be used on the companies’ other doll bodies.

For Australians, there’s a small snag the doll only speaks Chinese for now, however the company is working on a crowd-funding campaign to produce dolls that speak English and Japanese.

Still, Lumb said the market is years away from producing actual working sex robots.

“EX Dolls have been working on a robotics head since 2014, but we’re generations away from a Terminator-style cyborg,” he said.

“The voice recognition in the doll is no different to a smart phone, but this model also has facial expressions, unlike standard silicone heads.

“Over the last two years we’ve been moving towards real touch, real feel silicon dolls, enhancing the skeleton to make it lighter – these adult-sized dolls have a combined head and body weight of five stone.

“It’s an opportunity to take this to the next level of where doll development is going, and it’s been happening quietly behind the scenes for ten to 15 years.

He added: “Two studio level make-up artists have taken this head to the next level, it looks very natural in the face.

“The realism of a robotic head and body together will be the next level of enhancement – the guys who work for EX Dolls have masters in robotics and are continually evolving this technology.

“From a software point of view, you don’t want it breaking, and they need to get the internal components correct.

“They’re also working on facial posturing, narration and interaction.

The DS Doll Robotic Head is set to hit the shelves at the end of 2018.