CGMagazineThe Anki Overdrive: Fast & Furious Edition is the best possible evolution of the slot car formula.
AskMenThe app-based slot-less racing from Anki has left the primitive-seeming Scalextric in the dust
Associated PressCozmo, which debuted in 2016, now comes with an app called Code Lab that allows kids to drag and drop blocks of code that control its movements and animations.
Android PoliceCozmo was first and foremost a toy, but the app included a 'Code Lab' where owners could create simple block-based programs.
Financial TimesThe market is now awash with AI-enabled products, ranging from smart speakers such as Amazon’s Echo, SoftBank’s humanoid robot Pepper, and toy robots offered by San Francisco start-ups such as Anki.
DealerscopeReviewing products like the Anki Overdrive Fast and Furious Edition is a nice reminder how tech for the younger crowd out there serves as a test bed for new and emerging tech.
CGMagazineNow, nearly 30 years later, the robot buddy is a reality, his name is Cozmo, and yes the experience is as magical as it sounds.
TechRadarWith the newest version of Anki’s smart toy racing concept, Anki Overdrive, they boast one of the most original connected toy experiences on the market.
BrostrickThe insanely cool and super cute toy robot that’s as close to a real-life friend you can get.
The New York TimesCozmo from Anki was originally intended to be a tiny interactive robot with a personality, like a WALL-E in the palm of your hand, and it has dozens of facial expressions on its LED screen that help bring it to life.
SheKnowsThe Cozmo Collector’s Edition robot has a new sleek liquid metal finish and an app that helps even further bond your man to his robot
TIMEAnki’s Cozmo robot feels more alive than some of the buckets of bolts I’ve seen on the silver screen in that galaxy far, far away.
Popular MechanicsAnki Overdrive: Fast & Furious Edition provides a fun challenge for any set of Fast & Furious film aficionados.
As I snuggled Cozmo into its charger, it was strange to think that the siblings and cousins and descendants of this little robot would one day, maybe quite soon, be everywhere.