iRobot Roomba i7 review: This robot vacuum empties its own dustbin

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For all robot vacuums do to automate the odious household chore of cleaning floors, they still rely on you to manually empty their dustbins. And unlike their conventional counterparts, this typically must be done after each cleaning--and sometimes before the job is completed.


This 199 robot vacuum cleans well for a lot less

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If robots eventually get their act together and conquer humanity, the Anker RoboVac 10 (MSRP 499.99) will likely end up as a mid-level career bureaucrat. That's not a bad place to be: as the iRobot, Dyson and Neato dynasties vie for absolute power, the RoboVac 10 will rack up a cozy pension and retire to a sunny power outlet in Florida. For now, though, Anker's first robot is content to clean your house. You may recognize the Anker brand name from affordable, highly rated chargers and cords sold on Amazon. Now, the company is branching out into inexpensive consumer electronics, including this robot vacuum.


The Roomba robot vacuum is on sale for $150 off, the best deal we've ever seen for this device on Amazon

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Maintaining a clean and healthy looking home can be very difficult, especially if you're too busy with a full-time job. However, the good people at iRobot want to make vacuuming so easy that all you have to do is push a button that says "clean." The Roomba from iRobot is the easiest solution to get your home together and it's now on sale for just $289.99. While it's typically priced at $440.00, this is the lowest price this product has ever seen on Amazon. So now is your chance to take advantage of this great deal!


This top-rated robot vacuum is at its lowest price—for today only

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This Roomba will help keep your floors tidy all year round. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. However, our picks and opinions are independent from USA Today's newsroom and any business incentives. Everyone knows that vacuuming is at the very bottom of the totem pole when it comes common household chores. Lugging a heavy vacuum around the house and trying to maneuver the cord each time you'd like to clean a different section of a room is tedious and tiresome.


You know the Roomba and you love the Roomba — and today it's on sale

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You know you want a Roomba. Who doesn't want a little robot vacuum that does one of the most annoying chores on our list? Compatible with Alexa, the Roomba basically does everything on its own. All you have to do is schedule its cleaning with your smartphone (or just ask your preferred smart hub assistant to turn it on), and it zips off to clean your floors. According to the product page, it can clean an entire level of your house with visual localization and cliff detect sensors for avoiding nasty falls.