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Our summer splurge: the Aquabot T2 robot pool cleaner

Marc Perton
July 15, 2005
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We always thought the best way to keep a pool clean was to hire some poor high school student to come over and deal with it every other day. But with robots taking over the indoor household cleaning chores (and with high school students making real cash by writing spyware apps), it looks like we should consider hiring one to clean the pool at the Engadget beach house as well. The $1,400 Aquabot T2 can supposedly clean any pool in about an hour; we're hoping the next version can serve drinks from our poolside bar as well (since, after all, hiring a high school kid to do that is illegal).

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