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Why Telepresence Robots?

Telepresence robots enable their users to have a virtual presence, or
remote presence, anywhere in the world through the use of a computer,
tablet, or smartphone. Hospitals, businesses, and schools are using
telepresence robots to increase productivity and enhance communication.
The VGo telepresence robot is just one example. Click here to check it out!

Vgo Communications VGo robot is pictured here as the background image.

Learn More!

Telepresence robots allow you to connect with others more efficiently than by
simply talking and viewing others through a screen. Using a telepresence robot,
or remote presence robot, you can communicate with others and interact with
medical, business, and home settings in new and effective ways.
Click here to learn more about what telepresence robots can do for you or your company.


Featured Robots

Orbis Robotics Teleporter robot main imagine


The Teleporter telepresence robot from Orbis Robotics offers WiFi and optional Cellular wireless operation, amplified speakers and a noise-canceling microphone in addition to its 20" LCD High-Resolution monitor.
Rbot Synergy Swan telepresence robot main image with clear background.

Synergy Swan

The Rbot Synergy Swan robot is a telepresence robot which allows users to visit remote locations without having to travel there in person. Fathers can check in on the rest of their family while at work, mothers can keep an extra 'eye' out on their children while...

VGo communications VGo telepresence robot


Produced by VGo Communications, the VGO telepresence robot is an elegant looking robot with basic features common amongst telepresence robots but the VGo also includes some unique bonus features. The LED lights mounted on the camera help...
Inbot Technology Padbot main image

PadBot v.2

The PadBot telepresence robot has been upgraded and now includes some unique features in addition to its tilting and rising 'head' and its collision-prevention and anti-falling system; which will automatically stop the robot if it is close to an edge or in danger...
Orbis Robotics' Carl telepresece robot main image


Orbis Robotics' Carl telepresence robot features a high-resolution 17" LCD monitor, a high-definition webcam, and a built-in amplified speaker system with optional wireless headphones for privacy. One of the features which separates the Carl robot from many...
Endurance telepresence robot new body design


Endurance, the maker of the Endurance telepresence robot, seeks to provide energy-efficient technologies for controlling their robot. The Endurance robot comes equipped with an ASUS Nexus tablet and the LinPhone program, an open-source application.

Frequently Asked Questions

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We are currently in the midst of developing our FAQ page. Questions and Answers should be added soon. If you have a pressing question, please feel free to submit it via the Contact Us form located at the bottom...
What Do I Need to Make it Work?
Telepresence robots operate using an internet connection. In most cases the robot will need Wi-Fi access. While some robots come with a tablet or screen pre-installed, others require users to purchase their own tablet...
What Features are Offered?
There are many common features which telepresence robots of all types share, whether they are robots used in the home, office, or hospital. One of the more common features is HD video resolution...

Latest Reviews

Taking MantaroBot's TeleMe 2 for a Test Drive

I took MantaroBot's TeleMe 2 telepresence robot for a test drive today and found it easy to understand, use, and customize according to my preferences.

Double Up!

While the Double does have a better price point than most other telepresence robots, it doesn’t lack in functionality or design.

Beam me up!

The Beam is top notch.

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