For the vast majority of the population who dislike cleaning, languid thoughts must have entered your mind as you nonchalantly vacuum up, about transferring your much disdained household chores on to robotic cleaners. Samsung Electronics Company UK may have just converted our unflappable daydreams into a firm reality, with the birth of the Navibot Silencio, a robotic cleaning device that provides hands-free automated floor cleaning, and, at long last, taking the ‘hassle’ out of cleaning.
At the heart of the Navibot Silencio are two CPU control clips, which function as the machine’s ‘brain’, by telling it where it has already cleaned. An integrated camera provides a Visionary Mapping System, which takes 30 photos of a room every second, and in doing so, creates a virtual map, which effectively informs Navibot of the safest, quickest and most convenient route around the room.
Unlike other robotic cleaning systems, and even the Navibot Silencio’s predecessor, the Navibot, Samsung’s new device is significantly quieter, meaning busy cleaning adversaries can get on with other activities without being disturbed by a noisy robot.
Featuring turbo-powered cleaning, the Navibot Silencio guarantees maximum suction and will eradicate even the heaviest of dust and debris from you floors. Other cleaning options include a new floor cloth accessory that safely and effectively cleans hard surfaces. This speedy, silent and smart robot has even been built with a high-grade HEPA filtration, which means that the air it expels is free from dust and allergens.
What could be better than coming home from a hard day’s work to spotless, gleaming floors? One of the Samsung’s Navibot Silencio’s greatest assets is that it comes equipped with a scheduling function, which enables users to set their robotic housemaid to vacuum up whilst they are not even at home. Users need to worry that they will return home to find their robotic cleaner in pieces and in a tangle of wires at the bottom of the stairs, as by containing 39 censors and a Virtual Guard navigation aid, the Silencio is protected from potential problems such as falling down the stairs, whilst the Virtual Guard also serves as a wall that creates an invisible barrier that the robot cannot cross.
As for the monetary damage, the Navibot Silencio will start from £499 and will be available from all major online and high street retailers from April this year.