Sex bots, at present, don't really exist. The media has lavished attention on a few notable attempts to develop commercial sex bots, such as the talking, largely immobile humanoid, Roxxxy, whose on-camera appearance at an adult entertainment trade show in 2010 is the source of lingering Internet confusion (avoiding links here, since they're patently NSFW). You can't buy Roxxy. It isn't a product. Similarly, the sex doll company Abyss Creations was, at one time, working on adding sensors and motors to its RealDoll products, which would have resulted in actual robots. Like Roxxxy, these machine wouldn't be taking moonlit strolls, but they would move, a little, in the way customers might expect. Abyss abandoned that project. Finally, there's a guy in Japan who built a robot girlfriend for himself, but has yet to produce a commercial product. And, not so surprisingly, no one has independently verified his paramour's status as a true sex bot.