Why drop the cash for both a Roomba and Scooba when you can get a device that does it all? Of course, it's far too early to say if the RYDIS H68 Pro comes anywhere near the efficiency of either of iRobot's flagship lines, but Moneual certainly talks a big game. The sequel to the RYDIS H67 features a large water tank and is capable of capturing nearly all particles that are 0.3 micron or larger. There are 42 omnidirectional sensors on board and it uses something called Smart Vision Mapping to determine the best routes to cover a room as it mops and vacuums at the same time. The RYDIS H68 Pro is set to drop just in time for your spring cleaning.