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Dyzplastic's authorized Android figurines not upgradeable, but guaranteed not to crash

Chris Ziegler
February 2, 2010
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Physically expressing the love that you feel for your Android-powered device can be difficult -- hugging and caressing the phone gets old after a while, truth be told. Good news, though: artist Andrew Bell has teamed up with Google to release a series of authorized Android robot figurines, starting with an initial run of 12 designs in blind boxes (collect 'em all!). The statuettes of the cute little guy stand 3 inches tall, feature articulating heads and arms, and will be available starting the 10th of this month -- just in time for that Devour, with any luck.

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