Tokyo-based Japan Novel Corp. has come up with a robot that is capable of flicking and tapping on a smartphone’s touchscreen display over and over again, helping manufacturers out there ensure that they get the desired level of reliability. The robot, dubbed the Quality Commander, features a high-speed camera that is capable of taking snapshots of the display every time that it flicks or taps on the display, ensuring that the desired outcome is achieved. The Quality Commander is aimed at hardware and software makers out there who want a robot that can be used for testing or debugging and can work 24-hours a day. The company is currently selling various versions of the robot and the most basic version will set you back $70,000. You can check out a video of this robot in action after the jump.
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