Honda’s Smart Robotic Lawn Mower

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A well-known Japanese motor manufacturer, Honda, has recently unveiled 2 models of a robotic lawn mower, Miimo 300 and Miimo 500, designed for the European market. The smart robot can cut 2-3mm of the grass throughout the week in random patterns to ease pressure on your lawn. The Miimo functions on a lithium-ion battery within a boundary wire placed around the yard; it returns to its charging station when the battery is low. The robot features an integrated fan (built into the blade holder), allowing it to suck the grass towards the blades for an excellent result, three bump sensors, helping it to direct the route and pass other objects.
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