Maybe the crooks are wimpier in Tokyo. But I can't imagine that a whole lot of thieves are going to be scared off by this Japanese security drone."The robot, the first of its kind in the world, can lay down a smokescreen against intruders," reports Australia's Courier-Mail. And, it can mark "unwelcome intruders with paint balls."Tmsuk Inc. plans on renting out these robo-guards to private corporations, government offices, and hospitals starting in April. The company is asking for 3 million ($36,500) a year for the mechanical defenders.
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