Say hello to Miele Scout RX1 robot vacuum. It joins a growing group of automatic vacs from Roomba, LG, and Neeto.
September 3, 2014 8:58 AM PDT
Photo by: Colin West McDonald/CNET
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One of the most interesting sensors on the Miele Scout Rx1 is a digital camera that faces the ceiling.
If you think the bottom of the Scout Rx1 looks familiar you'd be right. It could be a splitting image of one of iRobot's older Roomba models. The machine sports two side brushes instead of just one though.
Like many other robovacs, the Scout RX1 has a removable crescent-shaped dust tray on its back side.
According to Miele, the Scout RX1 uses its sensors and camera to vacuum more efficiently.
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