iRobot Launches Cleaning Revolution



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With the release of new robots iRobot has started a new era of cleaning, making the process more pleasant and effortless. Looj 330 is one of robs, aimed to clean out gutters. This upgraded outdoor cleaning robot features a more compact shape in comparison to previous model 2007 and a new “Clean” mode, allowing the device to automatically detect and adapt to debris, to provide more efficient cleaning.
The indoor cleaning robots are presented by a Roomba 600 Series that brings robotic technology to the everyday chores of sweeping and vacuuming (retails globally). iRobot launched three-stage cleaning system, designed to work on carpets, tile, laminate and hardwood floors to remove pet fur, hair, lint and other unwanted things from your house. Each of the Roomba 600 Series robots can vacuum up to 1,200 square feet per battery charge, avoiding stairs and other drops via a built-in a cliff sensor; when the battery runs low, the robot gets back to its charging station for a timely recharge. The 650 model of the Roomba 600 Series can be scheduled for cleaning up to seven times per week.
Via:gizmag.com

robotics, robot, bot, iRobot, vacuum cleaning robots, innovation and technology

robotics, robot, bot, iRobot, vacuum cleaning robots, innovation and technology

robotics, robot, bot, iRobot, vacuum cleaning robots, innovation and technology

robotics, robot, bot, iRobot, vacuum cleaning robots, innovation and technology


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