We can appreciate the fact that BeRobot is supposedly going to be the smallest functional commercially available humanoid robot when it's released this September. Really, we can, even despite the fact that each successive machine brings us one step closer to the day the robots have mastered humanity, and our lowly race of meatbags lives on only as the amusing anachronisms kept alive to opulently feed them oil-covered grapes at laser-gunpoint. But BeRobot's creator GeStream -- and the rest of Japan, for that matter -- really have to really put the pedal to the metal if we're going to miniaturize these suckers small enough for gray goo in this lifetime. We're waiting!

[Thanks, Frankie, via Hobby Media]