I'm Bridget Carey with CNET here at he had plenty fourteen.
Will gain a bit of that clean them out from a brand new scuba from I robot the company that makes it Guba isn't it scuba port fifty.
Here on this demonstration it clean up a little art that that had a bunch of good diet double hop beat and Syria that the catch up.
And what about it go left it that completely redesigned from the last mile that came out three years ago.
This time around there's at least Michael cleaning process.
Because lets be honest sometimes things on the picnic and suck on that I'll.
So on the art cycle don't go around me about the strike debris like that period and also laid down eighteen scene of water.
Or if you have the I robot.
We'll let solution that'll also laid that down.
And then a second time around with scrub brush it end and finally it'll go through once again with the media make sure picked a pain that left behind.
Talk crop that should take about when he met for about app and get it where B.
Really easy to pop up the pain it.
Press the button and it comes off and you could access the clean water compartment and and out the black and keeping it clean the grass brush you can also popped that out.
Underneath he'll find a brush spec means that rightly.
There's also a blood drives are really eating at clean it then that 600 rpm.
And there's also a squeegee therefore it take it out all the rest of the dirty water.
On the front of the goodbye you'll be a clean button that will light up your show you the cycle progress.
The public information button that you can Pratt where the key that only you know and something needs to teach me you're the water's low.
And it's also a button back and that the height of the room that has to cover a large area arsenal area.
When the event that need dumped out the dirty water you can put it on the dry dock charging and grind it and where it'll give it an air dry cycles that keeping things fresh.
It didn't look like picking naked debut here at the show it goes on sale this week for 600 dollars.
Here at the CNET stage at CES doesn't fourteen I'm Bridget Carey.