Meet Henry: He’s six feet tall, has rippling six-pack abs, tells quippy one-liners, and can sweep you off your feet for as little as $11,000.Finally, a humanoid “companion” (i.e., sex robot) aimed at women, the brooding bot is made-to-order by Realbotix.Every part of Henry is customizable—down to the size and shape of his manhood. But, unlike the female cyborgs already on the market, this life-like doll isn’t entirely automated; users will have to lend a helping hand.Designed to be anatomically correct, the silicone body is controlled through a mobile tablet app. Start a conversation with Henry, and he’ll answer questions, repeat love poems, and tell jokes.“What does a cloud with an itchy rash do?” he asked in a new video from Realbotix. “Find the nearest skyscraper.”Wow, unfunny and flaccid. Henry sounds like a real (expensive) catch.I mean, if you’re into that kinda thing… (via RealDoll/Instagram)As reported by the UK’s Daily Mail, the robot costs between $11,000 and $15,600, depending on optional (and unlisted) extras.Sex robots have always been a man’s game.There’s Samantha, the “smart” sex doll built by Barcelona-based engineer Sergi Santos. And the Siri-like Harmony AI app for your on-the-go intimacy needs. Plus those artificial sex partners programmed to cure erectile dysfunction.Some companies claim to be developing male robots, but few have followed through. Which leaves women, gay men, and anyone who likes having a penis around the house wanting.“Women have the same issues of loneliness as men,” Matt McMullen, CEO of Realbotix, told Daily Mail. “People call them sex dolls, but mostly it’s about companionship. In this world of computers, people are missing out on human interaction.”He’s a bit empty-headed (via RealDoll/Instagram)California-based artisan doll maker Sinthetics does sell handcrafted mandroids—starting at $6,750. Want a custom skin tone, freckles, tan lines, tattoos, body hair, and nipples? That’ll be another $1,000-plus.“We are getting excellent feedback from buyers and curious people who have never seen this kind of product before,” Sinthetics told Geek last year. “The male dolls are an integral part of our business, which currently makes up about 60 percent of our sales.“This is a new product type for the industry, so we’re sure it’s just beginning to gain momentum and will continue to increase as awareness increases,” the company added.The niche market, seemingly open only to the independently wealthy (or incredibly desperate), is still in its infancy. And if these robots keep making wisecracks like Henry’s, it may stay that way forever. Stay on target Houston Mayor Fights Plans for Sex Doll BrothelAutonomous Sexbots Are the Future Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.