After taking her home and managing to activate her, she seems to be defective, as she can only say one word, "........" which eventually becomes her name
......... is a young country boy who is studying hard to get into college. Coming from a poor background, he can barely afford the expenses, let alone the newest fad: Persocoms, personal computers that look exactly like human beings. One evening while walking home, he finds an abandoned Persocom.
I think the anime came out about a year or two way too soon, it didn't stay true to the manga at all. It felt as if it was a bit rushed and it didn't quiet capture my fancy as much as the manga did. Yet, that always seems to be the problem with manga and anime as well as books and movies. The manga or book is almost always way better than the movie of anime. I was a bit disappointed by it all, the manga was so detailed full of mystery and blew my mind, meanwhile the anime just seemed to breeze through the important aspects of the manga. The anime as I may have previously stated is Chii, Chii, and nothing but Chii. Chii being cute, Chii goes out, everything Chii and why she is so cute, (which she is, she is the defention of Kwaii) so you can see its like the storyline faded away behind her cuteness.
It also speaks about the Chobits series; that they are different from other persocoms, and what they are not capable of doing unlike other persocoms. These picture books awaken Chi's other self, her sibling ....... who is aware of their past and helps Chi realize what she must do when she decides who her "person just for me" is. Together, Chi and Hideki explore the relationship between humans and their new technological advantage, the persocom, as well as their friends' and their own