Up close with Samsung's NaviBot: a robotic vacuum cleaner

We've been spending some quality time with Samsung's Navibot SR8855 robotic vacuum cleaner

Several cleaning modes are available. When auto mode is selected the NaviBot will go about its business using the ‘visionary mapping system’ to make its way through a room, while the manual setting allows the user to control the NaviBot via a remote control. Other modes on offer are spot mode, max mode and edge mode, as well as the auto timer mode. The SR8845 NaviBot has an RRP of $799, while the top of the range SR8855 has an RRP of $999. The SR8855 includes two virtual guards, a daily schedule cleaning mode, extra brush accessories and a touchscreen control panel on the robot.

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