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Here, as a reward for putting up with us, have another statted up bot.
The EZshopper is a large, boxy robot that gets around on 4 wheels. The only advanced looking part is the interactive display allowing quick and easy entry of shopping lists, price comparisons, viewing of sales, and a myriad of other assorted tools for an on-the-go shopper. Once a list of desired items has been entered, the EZshopper allows the human shopper to depart or relax as it goes to each location in the store and dutifully takes each item from the shelf or storage area it is located in--even for bulk orders, it's a rare load that is too heavy for the EZshopper's pair of sturdy telescoping arms. The clamps on each end allow easy pickup of large box items. The EZshopper is large and heavy, and in the interests of safety was equipped with a biofrequency scanner to avoid running into or over any shoppers, children, or pets that might be in an aisle.
The EZshopper is built for the job, and that job requires little in the way of intelligence. It understands enough to know what humans mean when there are conflicts within the list or an item should be suggested, but around other robots EZshoppers tend to be "gentle giants".
Might need to bump Dexterity by a point if it's able to carefully grab items like fruit. It doesn't really need the Biofrequency Scanner, either, or at least not both of them (mechanically having both is best, since it's such a cheap detection form, but to avoid shoppers 10 meters is way more than enough). Dropping a level in Perception and Biofrequency Scanner might be what I'd do to give it enough for the Dexterity boost.