The most impressive upright, stick, and robot vacuums from the models we've tested so far.
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.
We can't all be super-villains, but some MIT researchers are getting closer with a set of robot arms that sit on your shoulders. First the lab, then the world!
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.
Dean Kamen has since turned his mind to creating a revolutionary robotic arm that's now gained FDA approval.
Watch this new mechanized arm learn how to field objects thrown its way through a process of trial and error.
Even with all of its extra features, skip the Yujin Robot iClebo Arte if stellar performance is your top goal.
The BotVac's design diverges a bit from Neato's classic XV line.
Georgia Tech's Gil Weinberg has made music-playing robots in the past. Now he's tapped that technology to help a musician likely become the world's first drumming "cyborg."
The new UBR-1 from the Willow Garage spin-off Unbounded Robotics, provides a multifunctional robot platform for just $35,000. Its spiritual predecessor, the PR2, costs $400,000