For $499, Shark also offers a robotic vacuum that can empty its dust bin into the charging base. n/a" href=" ;th=1&psc=1&linkCode=ll1&tag=usatsyndication-20&linkId=478ea1b7b70ec224fb5614f11b39c0e2&language=en_US" target="_blank">Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL, it’s IQ NAV technology maps your whole home, and then lets you select which rooms to clean via the Shark Clean app or your voice (through an Alexa- or Google-enabled speaker).
These circular suckers navigate around your home – ideal for carpet, tile, and wood floors – and suck up dirt, dust, crumbs, and pet hair (and allergens, too). iRobot’s Roomba family is probably the best known, starting at about $249 for the entry-level Roomba 600 Series, which uses dual multi-surface brushes (they don’t get tangled with pet hair) and strong suction to remove what’s in its path.
Powered by GPS-assisted navigation and by following a guidewire placed along the perimeter of your property, the mower can even handle lawns with a complicated shape and navigate around obstacles, like rocks and garden gnomes. n/a" href=" " target="_blank">Google or Alexa smart speaker can use their voice to start and stop the Automower.
The Roomba 675 model, for instance, runs for up to 90 minutes before automatically docking and recharging. n/a" href=" ;keywords=amazon+alexa&qid=1599234381&sr=8-4&linkCode=ll1&tag=usatsyndication-20&linkId=d3c4543a579b9ae4c4df77c4a467e58b&language=en_US" target="_blank">Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant speaker (e. g. “Ask Roomba to start cleaning”).
From robot vacuums to automatic lawnmowers, you'll never have to lift a finger again. https://t.co/r7lkuxVUDo— USA TODAY Tech (@usatodaytech) September 5, 2020
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