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iRobot Roomba S9+

For 25 years iRobots have worked hard to clean your homes. Īt’s time for them to become even smarter and know their job even better. Roomba S9+ robot vacuum can now map your home, clean up pet hair, even empty their own bin. iRobot introduces the Roomba S9+ robot vacuum for corners, edges, and the details in between. The Roomba S9+ robot is a suite of groundbreaking technology built into a brand-new design.

Why Roomba S9+?

This robot vacuum cleans up after itself! It empties on its own, you don’t have to think about vacuuming for weeks at a time. Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal hold 30 bins of dirt, dust, and hair.
The deepest clean yet! The Anti-Allergen Technology captures and traps 99% of pollen and mold allergens, and does that with superior 3-stage cleaning system. It delivers up to 40x the suction for the deepest clean yet. The robot automatically increases suction to clean deep into carpets.  
The newest advanced technology! Advanced cleaning PerfectEdge Technology with advanced sensors and a specially designed Corner Brush optimizes cleaning deep in corners and along edges. Guided by serious smart navigation technology, the robot gathers over 230,400 data points each second to create an accurate map and clean an entire level of your home. 
It knows your home! The Roomba S9+ learns, maps, and adapts to your home. Imprint Smart Mapping enables the robot to learn, map and adapts to your home, allowing you to control which rooms are cleaned and when. Advanced sensors constantly scan ahead at a rate of 25 times per second to detect and avoid obstacles in the cleaning path.

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iRobot Terra Robotic Mower

If iRobot’s Roomba takes care of your floors, why couldn’t it take care of your lawn? iRobot has spent the last decade to figure out how to make a mower move inside your garden or lawn, and the information about the upcoming product came out just this January. The Terra is rugged, fully autonomous, and completely wireless robotic gear. It uses radio beacons to localize in the needed area.

We don’t know all the details yet, but what we have, we share. The idea is that Terra only requires wireless beacons to be placed around the perimeter of a lawn, and for a user – you have to have a companion app to teach it where to go and where to avoid. The Terra has an hour of runtime and takes about two hours to charge fully. If the battery runs out the mower goes back to its charger point and afterward picks up where it left off.

The automatic mower is completely weatherproof and is designed to live outdoors. Also, it has a smart technology which bounces back and doesn’t snap if it hits the rock or something hard. It also has a bumper on the front to help avoid a destroyed bot.

The Terra comes out first in Germany with a beta program in the US. Pricing hasn’t been announced.

 

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