Bits bots have been around since the start of Lee Bots in 2009. The mail box dog, Rupert, whose parts were found in the garage of Nancy’s grandma was the first bot made. Most of the early bots were made from everything and anything. Before Nancy figured out the really look and feel of the bots. These one-of-a-kind parts, that don’t fit into any of the other bot groupings become unique bit bots. Each bot’s body is different from another.
Alcott was the first bot, in 2010, to use parallel & serial ports for a head. The first parallel ports came from the motherboard of Nancy’s first computer. These ports are normally found on computer motherboards. Since this first port, ports like these have become harder to find. They have been replaced by USB and HDMI ports on modern computers.
Lech was the first bot, in 2013, to use the 3 audio ports for a head. The first audio ports came from the motherboard of Nancy’s first computer. These ports are normally found on computer motherboards. Some ports vary a little, but most look like the ports above. These ports have become very popular with the animal bots.
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