"A picture is worth a thousand words." It's a cliché because it's true. So instead of responding through stilted language in a not-quite-human voice like most modern robots, the Peeqo responds with GIFs and videos. It sources its responses from sites like Giphy, Guggy, and Vlipsy, lets you decide what service to use for voice translation, and can handle common tasks like getting the weather or setting timers. The DIY kit comes complete with a 4-inch screen, dual omnidirectional mics, two speakers, a 5MP camera, an LED ring for notifications, four buttons, a mechanism for added movement, and a Raspberry Pi 3B+ for the brains. The latter means you can add to and/or modify its code yourself, and also upgrade its specs when future Pi models are released.