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Rabbit’s R1 and Humane’s Ai are rivals for a market that might not (yet) exist | TechCrunch Minute

Is hardware fun again? Two new AI gadgets — Rabbit’s R1 and Humane’s Ai Pin — are finally heading out into the world in an attempt to redefine how we interact with the digital world. But will Rabbit’s R1 and Humane’s Ai Pin truly replace our smartphones anytime soon? For Humane’s Ai Pin in particular, the critiques on its limitations have been intense, with many reviewers like MKBHD calling out its shortcomings in fulfilling its ambitious promise. And Rabbit’s R1 just arrived for those who preordered, so we’re finding its strengths and limitations in real time.

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