Control a Vacuum Robot from Your Wrist

Control a Vacuum Robot from Your Wrist

Sit by the pool and tell a smart vacuum how to clean your house

Rob Kleiman
  • 9 march 2016

With a small rolling robot that’s controlled from your wrist, recently released smartwatch applications for the Neato Botvac Connected could mark a new era in chores.

The connected vacuum makes home cleaning more convenient by helping to automate and smarten up our routines. Companies create robots that make our lives easier by doing things like taking care of monotonous chores like vacuuming. For instance, iRobot too recently unveiled a smart Roomba for your home that allows you to monitor the unit on your mobile device.

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