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iRobot

Review

iRobot Roomba 980

iRobot's Wi-Fi-enabled Roomba 980 is an exciting hunk of next-gen vacuum tech, but it didn't wow us during testing. I'd hold off on this pricey automated floor cleaner until we review Neato's Botvac Connected and Dyson's 360 Eye.

By September 16, 2015

3.5 stars Editors' rating September 16, 2015
Editors' Take

iRobot Create 2

iRobot's programmable Create 2 gives tech enthusiasts the chance to experiment with robotics.

By December 9, 2014

MSRP: $199.99

Review

iRobot Scooba 450

iRobot's Scooba 450 isn't perfect, but it's a solid, albeit pricy, choice for small space cleaning.

By May 9, 2014

3.5 stars Editors' rating May 9, 2014
Review

iRobot Braava 380t

For $300 (or £260) the Braava might be tempting, but consider holding out for something smarter, more powerful, and with more features.

By May 7, 2014

3 stars Editors' rating May 7, 2014
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iRobot Roomba 880

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.

By November 11, 2013

4 stars Editors' rating November 11, 2013
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iRobot Roomba 790

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.

By September 8, 2013

4 stars Editors' rating September 8, 2013
Gallery

A clever Roomba vacuum from iRobot (pictures)

Find out what iRobot's Wi-Fi-enabled Roomba can do.

10 Images By September 16, 2015

Video

iRobot brings Wi-Fi connectivity to its latest Roomba

The Roomba 980 is iRobot's first app-enabled robot vacuum, but is remote access worth $900?

By September 16, 2015

Article

Next up for iRobot: Lawn mowers?

A recent FCC ruling suggests that robot lawn mowers are in iRobot's future.

By August 17, 2015

Article

iRobot's military bots answer to one tap on a tablet

A new app makes it easy to control iRobot's defense and security robots. Also, AT&T pays for mobile "cramming," and Snapchat will soon feature advertisements.

By October 9, 2014