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Up close with Samsung's NaviBot: a robotic vacuum ...
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.<br><br> <i>Become a fan of [[xref: http://www.facebook.com/GoodGearGuide|GoodGearGuide on Facebook]]</i><br><br><i>Follow GoodGearGuide on Twitter: [[xref:http://twitter.com/GoodGearGuide|@GoodGearGuide|Twitter: GoodGearGuide]]</i><br><br><i>Stay up to date with the latest reviews. Sign up to [[xref: http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/user/register| GoodGearGuide’s Gear Daily newsletters| Register for GoodGearGuide’s Gear Daily newsletters]]</i>
Up close with Samsung's NaviBot: a robotic vacuum cleaner