OK, it's perhaps somewhat of a cliché to automatically associate just about every robot we come across with the Terminator (or the large majority, anyway), but the truth of the matter is that MegaHurtz is a really menacing-looking device, while the name doesn't really help either.
The robot, presented by InspectorBots, is described as a very rugged, tactical robotic platform built on a 4WD unmanned electric vehicle with a steel plated shell and a teleoperated Pan/Tilt turret with a 20 round per second non-lethal weapon system.
As you can see from the photo, we're talking about a very heavy-duty machine, that can reach a maximum speed of around 7.5 miles per hour and can generate enough torque to be able to tow a much-larger vehicle, such as a Hummer.
The MegaHurtz has a 100 pounds maximum payload capacity, that adds to its own weight, of around 280 lbs.
As mentioned above, the robot is non-lethally weaponized, meaning that it comes equipped with a modified paintball gun with a 100 round capacity and an interchangeable magazine that can fire pepperballs, paintballs or hardened rubber rounds, thus making it a very good solution for covert surveillance, security, SWAT, tactical response and law enforcement.
Since we're talking about a remote-controlled robot, is should come as no surprise that the MegaHurtz comes equipped with a high-end mobile vision system that includes a wireless Pan / Tilt, low lux camera with Night Vision, enabling users to see up to 35 ft. in total darkness.
The system has a high-powered transmitter and receiver, while the video can be recorded to a laptop, or viewed on a portable monitor or a HMD (Head Mounted Display).
Obviously, there's no word on the pricing of the MegaHurtz robot, but if you're in the market for such a product and this “monster” seems to fit your needs, you can contact the manufacturer directly for a price quotation.