"You're a killer, Henry. A Cyborg. Your body is infused with the most high-tech, sophisticated, mind-controlled weaponry I've ever seen. You're more than a man with machine parts--You're the next step. A one-man army! Stronger, faster--"
― Seth Horne to the New Deathlok (Marvel Comics)
"But you aren't all robot, half of you is human and that's the half that can beat him."
― Cyborg (Teen Titans)
"Look at me! I'm Black Superman! Bulletproof. New spine. And the more machine I become, the more humane I am! "
― Brixton Lore (The Fast and the Furious franchise)
Technorganic describes the melding of technological and biological components into a single entity, fused at the cellular level. Technorganic entity could be considered a form of cyborg. Users are to use the abilities of their robot to a variety of technological effects. The user can also be organic beings with just mechanical components such as a robotic arm.
There are some ways that cyborgs can be equally stronger than ordinary robots. As such, they may have an actual brain rather than an artificial intelligence, thus making them think much more creatively or even perhaps have an AI, but with the AI and the person's brain working well in sync. Most cyborgs would may also have a robotic voice change as well.
In most incarnations, Dr. X (Action Man series) is a Cyborg whos plans vary, like conquering the world, destroying it, and/or ascending humanity into Neohumanity.
Bunnie D'Coolette (Sonic SatAM/Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Cassia the Pronghorn (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Vilgax's (Ben 10) cybernetic enhancements after barely surviving a nuclear explosion.
Metallo (DC Comics) showing off his synthetic biomechatronics.
Cyborg (Teen Titans)
Brother Blood (Teen Titans)
The 2nd Dimension counterpart of Perry the Platypus (Phineas and Ferb)
Baxter Stockman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
Spy-Roach (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) in his first form…
…and second form.
Mechanikat (Krypto the Superdog)
Melvinborg (The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants)
John Silver (Treasure Planet)
Darth Vader (Star Wars Canon/Legends)
The Maximals (Beast Machine: Transformers) Reformatted into Technorganic Beings.
Nathan Summers/Cable (Marvel comics)
Warfare (Extinctioners) is a techno-organic entity, a fusion of ape and advanced cybernetics - capable of immense strength and adaptive weaponry creation.
Micro (Extinctioners) is a techno-organic fusion of mouse and machine, with a supercomputer brain and capability to shrink or grow to great size.
Rokki (Andorozons) is an advanced techno-organic flying squirrel with superhuman intelligence, many in-built weapons, anti-gravity flight and even a fully functional reproductive system allowing her to mother live young.
Sachi (Andorozons) is a techno-organic orca from the same experiment as many other of the main characters in the series.
Merry (Andorozons) is a techno-organic husky and one of the most powerful of her kind, with great superhuman strength but limited intelligence.
a look at the complex techno-organic "biology" of Rokki.
the inner-workings of Merry, one of the most advanced anthroids in the series.
The Resource Integration Gear (Dead Space) is a technological attachment along the spine that allows for health monitoring and Hologram Interaction.
9S and 2B (NieR: Automata)
Lyric the Last Ancient (Sonic Boom)
The Catmen (In the Flesh/Serious Sam) are humanoid, feline Cyborgs with a robotic gun replacement, which fires energy bolts, and they come in three flavors, such as the soldier, general, to rogue variants.
The Cyborgs (Serious Sam) are techno-biopunk foes that are first encountered on the Space Crusader station. Most of them are seen on foot, while most others are seen to be driving their "cyborg bikes", which can fly in the air. Apart from lobbing grenades at their enemies/victims, they have a robotic gun that replaces their left lower arm, which shoots out energy bolts.
Cortex Reavers (System Shock) start as regular Robots, but as they assimilate a victim by absorbing their IQ, they become Cyborgs.
As Humans that have been converted into Cyborgs by S.H.O.D.A.N., the Cyborg Drones (System Shock) are rather weak, even though they are classified as drones to begin with.
Being more dangerous than Cyborg Enforcers, the Cyborg Elite Guards (System Shock) are manufactured to defend the mainframe area.
The Cyborg Enforcers (System Shock) are created to be second most powerful body guards available.
Compared with the rather weak Cyborg Drones, the Cyborg Warriors (System Shock) are more formidable than the latter type of Cyborgs, though less powerful than the Cyborg Enforcers.
The Cyborg Assassins (System Shock series) are stronger than the Cyborg Drones, and can throw shurikens.
The Cyborg Midwives (System Shock 2) are created for the use of guarding the Eggs and are equipped with laser guns to attack their enemies from a distance.
After a freak accident caused by his recklessness, Octane (Apex Legends) had his legs replaced with mechanical substitutes. These have allowed him to run almost infinitely during battle.
Fuse (Apex Legends) became a Cyborg after a lifetime of bets and competition. Now he joins the Apex Games, despite leaving Mad Maggie.