The new auto-assistant that picks up everything for the Hollywood pro

We've already seen software that could eventually replace the ubiquitoius, obsequious Hollywood assistant. Now we may have the hardware.

Per Engadget, here's a modification of the auto-vaccuum Roomba that can pick up anything. Need someone to get your coffee? Bring you your "meds" (whatever their legality)? Pick up those pens or papers or computer monitor you knocked over in a jealous rage? This baby can do it with no complaining.

The only drawback: No opportunities for inappropriate ogling when it bends over.

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