I was thinking more about Romo and the company that made them, Romotive. I know that they made their second version of Romo, which I didn’t kickstart, but I was wondering what happened to them after that. Their site doesn’t really seem to say what they’re up to at all. I think it would be a shame if that was it for them. Not least because I’d like to know a bit more about those aux ports as I’ve mentioned before.

I guess start ups like this come and go and they don’t always last. Which is inevitable.

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      1. They had huge money problems and moved to Silicone Valley 2 years ago and nothing ever came out of it I guess. You can still buy it through brookstone but eventually they are going to run out of the product since that are not producing it anymore.

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      2. It is a shame. They had a really great product idea, but I guess it was never enough. I also thought that by anchoring themselves to the iPhone connector they were always going to be at the mercy of Apple.

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  1. There has to be more to the story than we know at this point. I wish there was a way i could get in contact but it seems they owned cut all ties to the company as they possibly can. We will have to see how many units they have left…..

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    1. Interesting. I notice that they still have robotics as a thing that they do. I wonder if they’ll do any other romo like things. Thanks for the link by the way.

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