Awesome robotic gadgets

Robotic Solar Swimmingpool Cleaner: This cool solar-powered robot cleaner removes leaves, dust, organic material and debris of all types from the surface of your swimmingpool before it settles down.

Auto Mee Robot Screen Cleaner: This Auto Mee Robotic screen cleaner by Takara Tomy, Japan keeps screen of your smartphone for that matter other gadgets too clean while you relax.

Winbot: The Winbot W730, window-cleaning robot by Ecovacs features frameless window detection system and pathfinder technology that automatically calculates the size of your window and programs for customized cleaning path for maximum efficiency. It can clean glass of any thickness and even Thermopane windows. And its sophisticated onboard computer allows it to intelligently avoid edges and obstacles while leaving windows and mirrors shining and spotless.

iRobot Mirra 530 Swimmingpool Cleaning Robot: This Robotic Swimmingpool Cleaner by iRobot is a self-contained vacuum, pump, and filter system that works without modifications to existing systems making your swimmingpool’s systems work less, require less maintenance, and lowering the cost. All you need to do is to drop Mirra 530 in, press the clean button and it pumps and filters 70 gallons (265 liters) of water per minute. Using iAdapt Nautiq Responsive Cleaning Technology, it sizes up the approximate dimensions of the swimmingpool, then chooses the optimum cleaning cycle for maximum efficiency.

Grillbot: Just place this grill-cleaning robot on your grill and press a button and you’re done. Its three powerful motors and three brushes provide reliable and thorough cleaning. You can set it on light clean or deep clean, and it signals when cleaning is complete.

Roomba: The Roomba 780, dirt detecting robotic vacuum can analyzes the dimensions of a room, determines the optimal cleaning path, and autonomously cleans the floor while navigating around the furniture. It’s capable of detecting areas of high dirt concentration and signaling to the Roomba to concentrate on these areas. You can schedule it to automatically clean up to seven times per week or prompted to spot clean with the touch of a button.

Swivl Robotic Platform for Video: The Swivl is like a dedicated film crew for your iPhone; its fully automated and uses technology, with +10º/-20º vertical and full 360º horizontal-rotation. It works using a ‘Marker’; clip it onto clothing or hold in your hands, this allows the Swivl base unit to home in on your exact position and when you move, Swivl moves with you.

Multifunction Robot Vacuum Cleaner: It features 4-in-1 functions: sweeping, vacuuming, dry mopping and sanitizing.

iRobot Scooba 450 Floor-Washing Robot: The Scooba 450 Floor-Washing Robot comes from the makers of the iRobot Roomba Vacuuming Robot; it sweeps, pre-soaks, and squeegees your floors. It features iAdapt Responsive Cleaning Technology that enables it to find its way around the room, covering every area of floor multiple times.

Bosch Robot Lawn Mower: The Bosch Robot Lawn Mower is an electric powered cordless robotic lawn mower that cuts the lawn by itself so you can relax.

Braava Floor Mopping Robot: The Braava Floor Mopping Robot by iRobot is rechargeable and cleans for up to 3 hours dry sweeping on a single recharge, or up to 2 hours wetmopping.

Dustball Robot Vacuum Cleaner: The motor inside drives the unit by moving around by swinging its internal weight across two axes and doubles as the dustbin. And when it’s full, it automatically returns to its starting point and glows.

Pocket Robotic Printer: This pocket-size mobile robotic printer connects directly to smartphones and to notebooks, prints grayscale documents at about 1.2 page per minute, has enough black ink for 1,000 printed pages and lasts up to an hour per recharge.

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