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The female robots which talk and moan, are now on sale via the robotics company Synth Amatus.
For £2,500 (,300) customers can get their hands on their very own sex robot that, it is claimed, “likes to be touched” and can sense arousal.
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As such, Samantha can tell when the man is getting excited but as with human interaction the sex robot also needs to be aroused before she can “start to enjoy herself”.
Dr Santos said: “She has short-term memory and long-term memory.“She can focus on the negative or the positive things that you’ve done.“That’s very human.
We have more than 30 models of safety, reliable and highly intelligent simulation humanoid robots which all passed MSDS, CE, Ro HS and 16P certifications.
And successfully sold to more than 10 countries and regions all over the world.
Samantha is the latest creation from Dr Sergi Santos, based in Barcelona, who comes complete with eight different modes, including family, entertainment, analysis, sleep and three sexy settings – romantic, calm and “nasty”.
The hyper-realistic robot, which is made from “polymer composite” has been filmed in a promotional video showing Samantha in a variety of sexual positions and being "aroused".
Dr Santos told the Daily Star Online: “People can finally buy her now.“When people see her get aroused and excited, I’m sure it will feel surreal.”Ultimately, Dr Santos is hoping to sell his “very human” sex robots worldwide in adult shops.