We love those indefatigable cleaning twins, the "seeks out and kills termites--now that's our kinda house-bot." and " ," but they're yesterday's news. The " "? It's OK, but we just can't get all that excited about cutting grass. But a gadget that
The "Termibot" uses video and thermal-imaging cameras to detect the presence of a nest and then blasts its hapless inhabitants with pesticides, all without the need to tear down walls. The current version, which Gizmag says is scheduled for release this year, uses a long cable but is likely to go wireless later on.
This robo-exterminator's targets aren't confined to termites, by the way. But no, its definition of domestic pests doesn't include humans.