First available female androids ("gyndroids")--Incredibly life-like!

I am a fan of the site and a roboticist. Just wanted to post this news. I've just finished a line of incredibly life-like, autonomous,
speaking gyndroids. Gyndroids are the female equivalent of androids. My revolutionary patent-pending design allowed us to manufacture them at a very reasonable cost (under $1000 ea). Contact me if you would like to see photos of my first publicly-available gyndroid (Patent-Pending).
She has beautiful, modelic looks, a statuesque body, and long, beautiful hair. A secret combination of polymers have resulted in a very soft, fleshy feel, extreme tactile realism. In combination with her internal heating system for simulation of body warmth, you won't believe how human she seems! She looks and feels genuinely human.
She is a true robot, not an animatronic. Her facial expressions, motions, and speech are all self-directed, by internal electronics--not by human control or buttons. Her eyes and mouth open and close, and are synchronized with audio playback to mimic human speech. Very convincing. You won't believe your eyes! Her body is also animated, so her limbs move. She is built to be completely self-contained and portable. She does not need to be "plugged-in" or connected to external machinery to operate. Instead, she runs off internal rechargeable DC batteries, so she can operate alone. Contact me if you would like to see photos of her or have any questions or suggestions, at: snipped-for-privacy@prodigy.net
I have only had enough money to construct 3 of these, now, but I have gotten a lot of calls from interested investors, and I am talking to them now about investing the money to scale-up for mass-production. But it may be a while before I have any more available after these 3 prototypes.
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