First there was the robotic vacuum cleaner and now the Honda Miimo introduces a robotic lawnmower. It happens to look very similar to a Roomba as well. In place of the perfect circular shape, however, the Honda Miimo lawnmower is slightly more boxy. Not to mention that instead of sucking up dirt, it cuts grass. The Honda Miimo also appears bigger, which is more appropriate in regards to its task.
Designed to cut two to three millimeters of grass at a time throughout the week, the Honda Miimo executes this in a random pattern to reduce the stress on lawns. Available in two versions, 300 and 500, the latter is capable of mowing half the size of a football field. It works within a wired boundary, automatically returning to its charging dock when battery power is running low.
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