iRobot's Scooba 450 isn't perfect, but it's a solid, albeit pricy, choice for small space cleaning.
For $300 (or £260) the Braava might be tempting, but consider holding out for something smarter, more powerful, and with more features.
The Roomba 880 is the most well-rounded, capable bot we've encountered so far, but the $449 Neato Robotics XV Signature Pro still wins the pet hair performance test on all flooring surfaces.
If price-point isn’t a factor and you’re looking for a robot vacuum to help you maintain multiple flooring types in your home, the Roomba 790 is an effective, low-maintenance purchase.
Neato improved on its already-impressive robot vacuums with the BotVac line. Roomba 870 fans might find that Neato's BotVac 85 offers similar features and performance, but you get more accessories (like three filters rather than the 870's two) and much shorter run times.
Watch out Roomba 790, the 880 is coming for you.
Roombas are great, but not much fun to talk to. iRobot CEO Colin Angle feels intelligent human-interface robots must be the future of any smart household.
This quiet little robot mop helps get your floors spick-and-span.
With no real smarts and relatively little actual cleaning power, this sad robot is borderline useless.
The iRobot Braava 380t is a quiet little cleaner, but the performance didn't have us cheering for an encore.