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When you first think about getting a robotic vacuum the largest name in the game is Roomba. You may be tempted to look up the latest and the greatest Roomba model (which as of this writing is the Roomba i7+) and click that purchase button.
If I told you that you could have a robotic floor cleaner for less than $100 you would probably look at me sideways. With Roomba and Samsung and others companies charging well over a thousand dollars for their robots, it seems unlikely. It is true, though. Pure Clean is a relatively new company (under the seller name of Pyle) that offers entry-level robots at amazingly low prices.
Why stop at just vacuuming and sweeping your floors when you can have a robot that also mops them? Seriously guys, if we are going to have smart homes and autonomous cleaners do the heavy lifting for us, we may as well go all out. Put the Swiffer away and let the robots take over. Of course, not in a maniacal way. The Singularity is not quite upon us.
When you look at the entire Roomba 800 series from iRobot, you will notice a couple of things. First, there are more models in this series than any other. Second, each model has features and options from different series models. How do you choose? The 805 is a solid choice for those looking for a mid-tier robot at a budget price.
Neato Robotics is one of the industry leaders in the robotic vacuum market, second only to iRobot. While the latest and greatest model might not be a perfect match for everyone, at least one of the Neato models is sure to fit the bill. Keep reading for a comprehensive Neato Botvac comparison.
Roomba has created the 600 series with budget-friendly intentions in mind. The majority of the 600 series is aimed at the consumer that is on a tight budget, is new to the home automation cleaning market, or those that want a second (or third) robot for their home.
The Roomba line keeps growing. When the 980 came out as the ultimate version of the 900 series, iRobot used some of the features on other models to lower costs and sway more buyers.
Let’s face it, sweeping, dusting off the baseboards and the corners, getting the mop water just right, mopping and then cleaning everything up is a hassle. It’s time-consuming and tedious. Not only that, but how mad does mom get when you walk on her freshly mopped floors?
So you have a house full of carpet, you’re tired of dragging that full sized upright around, and you are looking for a robotic alternative.
When the new kid on the block introduced a robotic vacuum, it wasn’t any surprise. Companies have steadily been releasing new robotic cleaners since the first Roomba hit the market in 2001.