Award-winning AI kids robot arrives in Canada just in time for holiday magic
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Ridiculously smart. Seriously fun. Loved by kids in 140 countries — now including Canada. Miko 3, the bestselling kids robot, has arrived in Canada just in time to spread some undeniable holiday magic.
Miko 3 is the latest innovation from Miko, the global consumer robotics company eponymous with the playful little robot that’s been capturing kids’ hearts since 2017. Available at miko.ai, Best Buy Canada, Holt Renfrew Stores and Amazon Canada, Miko 3 retails at 349 CAD.
The flagship Miko 3 robot specializes in interactive playful learning experiences for kids. kidSAFE+ COPPA certified, Miko 3 is the winner of the Mom’s Choice, Independent Toy and BlogOn awards.
“Our goal has always been to bring the best of technology to kids everywhere,” says Miko Co-Founder and CEO Sneh Vaswani. “We’re excited to help children across Canada experience the magic of robotics with their friend Miko.”
The Canada market launch comes amid numerous Miko 3 enhancements, including even more engaging facial expressions, an even more emotive voice, interactive experiences like Freeze Dance, and storybooks featuring beloved Disney and Pixar characters.
This spring, the company announced a partnership with Paramount Consumer Products. In August, Miko 3 became the first kids robot to launch an official Disney app after being the only Asian startup in the 2021 Disney Accelerator. In addition to Disney and Paramount, kids can also explore content from Canada-based Kidoodle.TV, Cosmic Kids, Da Vinci Kids, Kidloland, and other world-class kids brands with their Miko 3 robots.
Founded in 2015, Miko is a consumer robotics company passionate about bringing the best of technology to young learners everywhere. Home to leading educators, engineers, psychologists and content developers, Miko takes learning (and fun) to a new level with state-of-the-art artificial intelligence, robotics and IoT. The company has more than 230 employees globally and offices in the innovation hubs of Silicon Valley, London and Mumbai.