--betcha thought that was a Porsche--is ready to vac
If you've ever seen a Roomba in action, you could be forgiven for
thinking it was a curious, free-spirited explorer that eschewed straight
lines and planned routes. Roombas bounce around seemingly at random,
making arbitrary-looking course corrections and taking a "thousand
monkeys typing on a thousand typewriters" approach to cleaning floors --
keep at it long enough, the job will get done.
.... iRobot calls its approach iAdapt Responsive Cleaning Technology,
which is a proprietary stew of algorithms that dictate strategies like
random walk-angle changing and spiral cleaning, and that add up to full
coverage of an average home space.
But, at $899 you're still better off using child labor;
If you have kids at home who can be bought, bartered with, or sentenced
to vacuuming duty, that still looks like the most cost-effective
Then again, if you've got a bachelor pad to tidy up....
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