Samsung’s New Robot
Recently, Samsung exposed its most recently released robotic vacuum cleaner just 1 week well before a CES debut. This Robot is called — the Smart Tango Corner Clean –
For those people along with high visions of a Samsung-made Rosey the maid robot from “The Jetsons” zipping related to your residence, well, we’re not quite presently there yet. Nevertheless, because of to the addition of appendages, the newest robotic vacuum cleaner from Samsung could possibly give temporarily halt to the potential consumers of Neato devices or Roomba.
Once checking and comparing the two products, we realized that the Smart Tango Corner Clean would seem very identical in shape and features to the many NaviBot products — without the little arms. As proved by the related images, a camera is undoubtedly visible on top of the device, as well as a wide variety of functional control keys and a built-in display for extra programming choices. The camera on top almost certainly correlates to Samsung’s Visionary Mapping System, which uses built-in optics to automatically set up the most effective-efficient and helpful pathway for clean-up the floors.
Samsung’s foray directly into automatic vacuum cleaners could show up foreign to many countries, this South Korea company in reality produces and sells variety of such products and services in Europe (and elsewhere) with its NaviBot trademark.
Corresponding to Samsung, its latest disc-designed sweeper features a “world’s first” in the shape of two pop-out spinning brushes that lengthen to the outside from the device for purportedly improved-much better corner cleaning. When many robotic vacuum cleaners provide you with built-in brushes at the base that perform in a slightly identical style, it appears Samsung’s version reaches out for more distance than the rivals.
Samsung could possibly launch costs and more information related to the Smart Tango Corner Clean at the time of a company event at CES in Las Vegas on January 8 2013.