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The RoboMaid

Peter Rojas
08.24.04
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RoboMaid

Ok, maybe you don't wanna drop a hundred or two hundred bucks on a robotic vacuum cleaner. But for $20 you can pick up the RoboMaid, which we're 100% positive isn't a vacuum (it uses electrostatic pads to wipe your floor clean like a Swiffer) and fairly sure isn't technically a robot either (it has a sensor to detect walls and that's about it). On the other hand, it is advertised on TV, if that helps inspire your confidence, and apparently it's also "from Europe".

[Thanks, Adam]

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