If you have ever wondered what technology and mechanical designs go into constructing a robotic vacuum cleaner, you might be interested in this new teardown video which shows the inner workings of the popular Neato Robotic Vacuum robot.
The team over at FicTiv have taken their tools to the XV-21 Neato Robotic Vacuum to reveal its inner workings and if you are interested they have also in a pervious video dismantled a Roomba created and sold by iRobot which can bee seen via the link below.
Check out the video below to learn more about the technology and design of the newcomer to the robotic vacuum business which is already undercutting the well-established iRobot Roomba devices in price and provides similar technology. The latest Neato now includes positional tracking technology that allows it to know exactly where it is within a room enabling it to have a much more precise cleaning path. Enabling it to take less time and Hoover more accurately.
For more details on the full range of Neato robotic vacuum cleaning devices that are priced at around $500 currently available or the iRobot Roomba that are priced closer to $1,000 jump over to their official respective websites via the links below.