There's really no question by this point who the industry leader in robotic vacuum cleaners is, because iRobot has well and truly sewn up that position, but the company is clearly not content to rest on its laurels and is going about diversifying its offerings with the introduction of new vacuum cleaners such as its latest and greatest Roomba 960.
Priced in at $700, which works out to $200 less than the Roomba 980, this particular robotic vacuum cleaner comes with adaptive navigation technology that allows you to trust the device to quickly and easily go about vacuum cleaning multiple rooms, thanks to the use of sensors that guide the device to focus on particularly dirty areas.
This robotic vacuum cleaner can also be controlled through a smartphone app, something which allows you to ensure that you're getting value out of your device even if you're too lazy to leave your couch.
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