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Rabbit R1 AI assistant shipping starts March 31

Launched at the Consumer Electronics Show, Rabbit R1 is an innovative device, co-designed by Teenage Engineering, that promises a fresh and unique way to interact with technology.

Rabbit R1

The wait is over for eager tech enthusiasts who pre-ordered the Rabbit R1, the highly anticipated AI assistant device. Starting next week, on March 31st, the first batch of these bright orange gadgets will begin shipping to U.S. customers.

“We’d like to share that we’re on track for the first U.S. batch to start leaving the factory on Easter, March 31st, as promised. We estimate shipping to take a little over three weeks as orders will have to pass through both international and U.S. customs, with the first orders reaching customers around April 24th,” the company said in a post on the social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.

Rabbit Inc. said to provide further details, like the shipping process and what to expect on the first day with r1, next week. While the first batch heads out next week, customers in the United States who pre-ordered later can expect deliveries spread out between April and June. International shipping, including the UK and EU, is expected to begin by late April.

Launched at the Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, Rabbit R1 is an innovative device, co-designed by Teenage Engineering, that promises a fresh and unique way to interact with technology. Unlike smartphones that rely on individual apps, the Rabbit R1 utilizes a powerful Large Action Model (LAM) AI system. This AI learns from a user’s typical app interactions and replicates them through natural language commands.

Users can simply tell their Rabbit R1 to “book a hotel” or “play my workout playlist,” and the AI assistant handles the rest, eliminating the need to navigate various apps. The Rabbit OS also prioritizes user privacy. Tasks are completed on a secure cloud platform called the “Rabbit hole,” without storing sensitive information on the device itself.

The Rabbit R1 boasts a sleek design with a scroll wheel for navigation, a rotating camera for video calls, and a long-lasting battery. At $199, it offers a compelling alternative to app-heavy smartphones, potentially ushering in a new era of AI-powered convenience.

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