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Meet version 2:At Demofall, the company plans to introduce Nabaztag to the United States, because many in this country haven't heard of
the device yet. In addition, Version 2 will be announced, which includes speech recognition functions, to allow users to use
the rabbit as an input device, or even as a push-to-talk or VoIP phone. "Everything that you can do with an audio input device
you'll be able to do with V2," Haladjian says. In addition, the V2 will be able to stream audio from the Internet through
the device, which allows for things like listening to podcasts or Internet radio streams. The company says V2 will launch
in November and will likely cost more than the current Nabaztag, which sells for about $150.