Irobot Roomba is There Life After Mess?

By: David

According to the iRobot Corporation there is. With its release of the Roomba series of personal home and office robotic vacuum cleaners, the answer is yes. The Roomba vacuum is a nifty, little device that it pretty much set and forget. Its intelligence, scanners and sensors all work together to make sure every cleaning mission is accomplished successfully and it's very thorough about it. Roomba vacuum cleaners are about the size of a large dinner plate and they scurry about the home or office in a search and destroy for just about anything you can sweep up. They are agile enough to operate over carpets and hard floors and little infrared sensors can be placed atop stairs to make sure they know where not to go. Sorry, but for any robot, stairs are still a challenge.

iRobot designed these robotic vacuum cleaners with a circular, low profile design to navigate around almost any furniture, along walls and baseboards and under furniture. With millions sold world wide and a very happy customer base it's easy to see that the Roomba vacuum cleaner is here to stay and why it has already given birth to off spring. The different versions of these vacuum cleaners include the Roomba Discovery, Roomba Sage, Roomba Scheduler and several others, all with different traits depending on the needs of the person who requires them and the cleaning jobs at hand.

Don't be fooled by this seemingly all mechanical cleaning robot. The Roomba has a very unique, kind of cute personality to it. It has little beeps and blips that tell you about what it's doing or experiencing at certain times. Many people are affectionately referring to them as "he" or "she" and some even have pet names for them like "Blip" or "Suzi". Some families even sit just to watch it do its thing, just for the entertainment value. What's good about this is that it's actually doing something productive and useful. Thousands have reported their surprise to the effectiveness of using their Roomba vacuum cleaners and realize that it's not just a gimmicky, robotic buddy but is also a helping hand.

The vacuum cleaner industry has definitely made a leap forward because this type of technology and seemingly will learn a whole lot from it. It's easy to see new advancements in the coming years from simple vacuums to maybe even cleaning our cars and washing our bathrooms. Maybe I've spoken a little too soon! I forgot to mention the other two iRobot vacuuming devices that stemmed from the original Roomba. The new Scooba is very much like the Roomba but it scrubs and washes hard floors... even "hardwood" style floors. There is also the iRobot Dirt Dog, which is meant for shop vacuuming jobs

iRobot's Roomba is kinder, gentler solution to its company's original and still existing purpose. They manufacture robots that seek out and do things the humans can't, don't want to do or are too dangerous (bombs squad, law enforcement and military). They've been preserving lives with the use of such technologies. The Roomba uses similar searching and robotic intelligence to find and clean the dirt on the surface of home, office and now shop floors everywhere. Find out more about all of iRobots robotic wonders, click here..

Article Source: Dan Gonzalez
www.MyLittleRoomba.com

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