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Rating 3.9 out of 5 stars with 183 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Cleaning robot

    Posted
    Gary
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    We have many Samsung device in my home, this robot is able integrate with other Samsung device. I have two Powerbots (R9350 and R7040). R7040 is working very well, hence, I purchased 9350 again. You can control PowerBot using WiFi and remote controller. You can connect PowerBot to wifi and then control it via your phone, Samsung TV, or other Samsung Device. For R7040, it works very well for config Wifi or control via Samsung device. But, I meet some trouble on 9350 PowerBots. I can't connect to R9350 PowerBot using my Samsung Phone (using SmartHome or Smartthings Apps). I tried rollback to old version, it still not working for me. I did Internet search, there are many people have same issue with me. Finally, I installed Samsung SmartHome app on my iPhone and finish Wifi setting, then, I can find it from my SmartThings app. When I back to my Samsung phone, I can see R9350 PowerBot my app. But, I still not able to control it using my Samsung phone. Hence, I use remote controller to control my 9350 PowerBot or control it using my iPhone. This is the only problem I have. R9350 has Extreme Suction Power. In Turbo Mode, the battery doesn't as long, BUT R9350 pick up the dirt. The Select and Go Features is very useful feature (R7040 Do not have this feature), it will keep cleaning the area you want to clean it. Once R9350 make floor plan in his memory, you can just ask it to clean specific room. I used it my 2nd floor (carpet), I let it run by itself, I am very happy with how clean my floor are. I have to vacuum my carpet by myself. The R9350 has two rubber wheels, it can easy cross some stuff on the floor. Sometimes, my son leave his book on floor, PowerBot will cross it and continue clean the room. I am not sure, this is good or not. But, it is very useful for me. It can easy transit on different surfaces or thresholds without the need of human assistance. Overall, this is a very good clean robot. I am a fan of newest technological gadgets, I am always trying different gadget on market. I am very enjoy with R9350. The only drawback need to improve is the apps. You can also control it using Alexa or Google Hub, but, I didn't try it out. You can spot clean on demand, set a schedule cleaning, or change suctioning power (or you can say noise level). If you are looking for a clean robot to clean your home, Samsung POWERbot R9350 is a good choice.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Meet Wall-E The Samsung PowerBot R9350

    Posted
    bradybunch

    Vacuuming is no longer a chore! Meet Wall-E our Samsung PowerBot R9350. Wall-E is a friendly Bot that zooms around vacuuming all the crumbs and dust bunnies. Wall-E comes with an extra filter, remote control, barriers, cleaning brush and a charging base. I am very impressed with how smart Wall-E the Samsung PowerBot is. I fully charged Wall-E before sending him out to vacuum. Now Wall-E is a smart PowerBot, but he does require time to become familiar with his surroundings. At times Wall-E will bump into obstacles in his way, but he quickly figures out he needs to find another path. When Wall-E needs to have his dust bin emptied or needs to be charged he returns to his charging home. After I empty the dust bin Wall-E the Smart Bot shows me just how smart he is and resumes vacuuming where he left off. The Samsung PowerBot has Wi-Fi connectivity and works with Alexa, Google Assistant, a smart phone and even works with a remote control. You will need to download the Smart Home App. Setting up the app is fairly quick and easy. By far the Samsung PowerBot has the best powerful suction. With the cyclone force Wall-E is a powerful cleaning Bot. The dust bin on Wall-E is roomy enough so he can hold lots of crumbs and dust bunnies. Working the Powerbot with the included remote control is a breeze. I can point the remote to have the Bot perform spot cleaning. With the visionary mapping plus I can map out the room(s) Wall-E will be vacuuming. There is no worries that Wall-E will tumble down the steps as he is one smart PowerBot that is equipped with full view sensors. I can auto clean, spot clean or manual clean with the PowerBot. The boundary markers allows me to keep Wall-E out of an area I do not want him to venture in. I can have Wall-E clean on a schedule by setting up the auto clean mode. The filter is washable which is very nice and saves money on having to replace the filter. The Samsung PowerBot works flawlessly. Wall-E adjusts nicely going from a floor to a carpet. Whether Wall-E is vacuuming my rugs, wood floors, area rugs or tile floors he leaves no crumbs behind. Compared to other bots, Wall-E is quiet, more powerful and does a much better job. Wall-E is not only a Smart PowerBot he is part of our family. An amazing bot that does a phenomenal job of keeping our floors spotless.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    This thing really Sucks! (In a Good Way!)

    Posted
    jdicarlo003

    I was a little Skeptical of the Samsung powerBOT R9350. Due to the fact that I was looking at the R7070 with the Edge Cleaner. The R9350 DOES NOT have the Edge Cleaner Plus. But I am in NO WAY disappointed. This Baby has Extreme Suction Power. In Turbo Mode, the battery does not last as long but boy does it pick up the dirt. The Select and Go Features of the Bot are top notch. The R7070 and R 7040 Do not have this feature. What it does is make a Floor plan of the house and stores it in its memory. Then ant any point in time, you can recall your "house" Via the Samsung Smart Things App on your phone. You can then select which room to be cleaned, and at a push of a button it does the work for you! But the app does need a little refinement. Its a little clunky and you cannot delete floorplans. Hoping Samsung fixes this with another update. I've had this for about 2 Weeks and I have it run once a day. Mixture of Hardwood, Tile and Carpet. This runs while I am away. Let me tell you that I have never been happier with how clean my floors are. Especially since I don't have to vacuum them by hand. I actually enjoy walking bear foot when I get home now. There is no dirt, debris or dog hair on the ground! The Samsung powerBOT R9530 is a great investment if you can free yourself of a good chunk of change. But if the App could get a refresh, it would be a lot more smoother. P.S I still have not figured out how to get it to work via Google Home. I want to be able to use my voice to control the vacuum. I think I need to do some more research, but I do believe that you might need to purchase the Samsung Hub in order of it to work with Goggle Home or Alexa.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Samsung

      I am thrilled to hear how much you love your new Samsung vacuum jdicarlo003! You can always download your user manual from Samsung.com to be sure you enjoy all the features your vacuum has to offer. Thanks for being the best part of Samsung! ^Mae Samsung

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Vacuum!

    Posted
    wlrusse
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I wanted to give an honest review that many people might wonder on a big purchase like this. I went from a Roomba to this Samsung. Its night and day. The Roomba is a glorified broom compared to this machine. The Samsung has actual suction and if it just misses something with the brush, the suction can be seen sucking in the debris from the side on tile. The Roomba just bounced around with hopes it would hit everywhere. This Samsung maps out the room and will zig zag back and forth with a very high rate of not missing anything. It will miss on the occasion but not often. It can use an app and will show you where it has been which is nice. One time it finished cleaning a room and went back to a place that it had already been and went over an area it missed. I confirmed on the app on what it was doing. Very smart little guy. We have two big dogs that come in dragging in straw and grass and shedding hair. We have two very active children dropping food and such. This vacuum with its huge bin does it all as it has the largest compared to all other robotic vacuums. And I did not know how dirty the house gets in a day, but that vacuum manages to find enough to fill its bin every day Mon-Fri. It has a scheduler, so it cleans and is done before we even get home. As for the negatives other than missing a thing here or there is that it can’t get under small ledges and such. But we take a broom and push it all out and leave it to go to work and it gets it for us. That’s it. We went from using the regular vacuum three times a week to maybe once every two. We will be getting another one when this guy is tired and ready to retire.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great automated vacuum

    Posted
    rusyfikator
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    To give a perspective, I’ve been extensively using Samsung POWERbot R9350 Turbo Robot Vacuum for over 3 weeks. The biggest surprise was when I first vacuumed my house with a regular corded one, then used R9350 and wen I thought the floors were clean, I realized that POWERbot still picked up some dust in the bin. In comparison to R7040 this model has way more suction in the turbo mode and bigger dust bin. I love the mapping feature which detects the layout of my house and in the app it looks like a blue print, then you can select which rooms to clean and it just goes by itself. Another great feature is ability to use it with alexa, there is nothing better than lying on the bed and with a voice command tell your vacuum to turn on while you are watching a TV. The remote is well designed, has a build in laser pointer that guides the bot, in comparison to the one from R7040 which doesn’t have this feature. Overall, it’s a great daily vacuum. It detects obstacles and goes around them, but something is lost between chair legs. It detects sudden height changes like floors and avoids those areas.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Samsung

      That is wonderful rusyfikator! Thank you for letting us know how much you love your new Samsung POWERbot! I am thrilled to know you are enjoying all the great features it has. Thanks for being the best part of Samsung! ^Mae Samsung

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Powerbot.....so far...

    Posted
    Micheal
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I read all the reviews here and purchased the Samsung Powerbot with some skepticism due to some of the negative reviews. However, the one I purchased has been just awesome....but, time will tell just how durable the product is (I also purchased a BestBuy 4-year warranty just in case). I viewed several YouTube comparison videos of the Samsung Powerbot vs. the iRobot and the Neato; and. the Samsung Powerbot was the best at cleaning due to its incredible suction, although not as great at edge cleaning. My expectations of a robot vacuum are probably different than most. I just wanted a unit that would vacuum the high traffic areas (about 2,000 sq. ft.) where most dirt/pet hair normally accumulates, so that I only had to do one thorough cleaning per week. I did not want a robot that was capable of vacuuming under furniture since I had no desire to retrieve a stuck unit (I'll do periodic under furniture cleaning myself). The Samsung Powerbot far exceeded my expectations. This thing cleans in tight spaces between chars, end tables, etc. and I have yet to have this unit get stuck. At times it does get into a tight space where I think it may get stuck, but eventually after a minute or two, it figures its way out....just amazing. So far, the Powerbot has found it's way back to the charger each/every time. I'll give it 4-stars for now and if there are no issues in the next 6-months, I'll give it 5-stars.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Samsung

      Thanks Micheal! We couldn't be more thrilled to hear this. It's a great honor to be a part of your home! ^Mae Samsung

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Lemon from the start, not like other Samsung Robot

    Posted
    AmeliaKD
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I have a PowerBot R9250 that I've enjoyed for the past year on the downstairs floor so we decided to get another one for upstairs. Unfortunately, the PowerBot Turbo had multiple issues from the start. We returned it to BestBuy today for a new unit hoping it will work correctly. The PowerBot Turbo unit would sound like it was suctioning but half of the runs it wasn't actually suctioning. Even when it did suction, it barely picked up anything. We ran it, then ran the older "downstairs" PowerBot behind it and the downstairs bot picked up a lot which confirmed the Turbo bot wasn't picking up dirt and dog hair that was present. The PowerBot Turbo was surprisingly louder (we thought due to better suction but maybe the motor was bad). The PowerBot Turbo had issue connecting to the iPhone Smarthome app. It would connect to wifi, be recognized by the phone, but fail to be registered with the Samsung server, so never completed getting setup. Tried numerous times, followed online troubleshooting, even went through the process on my Downstairs bot to make sure it wasn't user error. Downstairs bot registered with the app fine, but Turbo bot failed. Not overly disappointing since the Samsung iPhone app is garbage and throws errors connecting to the server regularly. Also, never once did Turbo bot find its way back to the charging station. Granted, my downstairs bot only finds its way back to the charging station at most 50% of the time (when we first got it, it found the base consistently but over time has seemed to lose its way the majority of the time). If I wasn't happy with the downstairs R9250 bot, I would not be willing to give this Turbo bot one more chance. Crossing my fingers the replacement one is solid - it is charging now...

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Keep Looking!

    Posted
    Disappointed
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Did a ton of research and then went shopping for our first bot vac. After a 30 minute discussion with a Best Buy associate, it came down to the Samsung R9350 or the Roomba 980. Price was not an issue. The deciding factor was the size of the dust bin (largest available) and the suction power of the R9350. Brought it home and read the instructions thoroughly. Started by having the bot map the house. It wouldn't map the entire house without the battery getting low and the bot returning to the charging base and then then Samsung app would say "mapping complete". Also, there's no sure way to stop the vac while it's mapping to clean the dust bin. Anything I tried the bot went back into AutoClean mode. It was a weekend so the only Samsung support available was "Chat"...no phone. All they did was recite stuff out of the Owners Manual which didn't help anything. So today (Monday) I called support and all they were able to do was verbalize what's in the Owners Manual. They couldn't solve the "mapping complete" (when it's not) issue as well as the proper way to pause the bot to clean the dust bin during the mapping process. Whoever at Samsung was in charge of creating the Owners Manual should be fired.....it's SO incomplete. Before I forget, the bot will not auto stop when the dust bin is full. There's an indicator on the (dim) display saying it's full. But if you're not there to stop it, it will keep filling the bin to where it won't fill anymore. We expected MUCH more form a Samsung product, especially when you pay $1,000+ for it. We are returning it this week. Not sure what we're going to do. This was our first bot vac and my wife is so disappointed.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    tuff guy

    Posted
    Tony
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    This one is very useful. Especially the spot clean (point a laser dot and it follows it like a cat following a laser dot:) lol If the battery doesn't die out like my iRobot sitting in my garage than I will be one happy camper. My 6 year old son made a mess after eating. I told him to clean his mess. Instead of grabbing the Dyso Hand vac he grab the remote and spot point all his mess and than sent it back home to sleep. It's also very strong it like to rearrange my 4 leg chairs when it gets stuck, kind of funny when the chair is moving around the kitchen:) lol To tell you how much I like this vac, I will be buying 4 new one legged stool so I can keep the Vac:) One minor Con, it uses a thin flat barrier strip to keep it from going to unwanted places (wish it could have someting like a GPS to mark the spot for it to not enter). I don't know if I hate it yet as I don't have a need for this feature yet. If I take it upstairs it would probably work ok. I havent used all it's fetures yet, just used the importaint ones to me, if I do and find it works well mabe I will give it another star:)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Technology not ready

    Posted
    TypicalPhoneUser
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I am giving this vacuum 2 stars because it does have a great beater bar and good suction for actually picking up material. It would be nice however if it could sense that it is on a hard surface and shutoff the bar as this just kicks debris around. The control algorithm works great in a space with very little obstacles but it still does not take much of a tight space to trap the device. You will find yourself rearranging your stuff to keep it from getting trapped and it still will miss areas in rooms with just minimal furniture. In a small apartment or house this may be sufficient if you have minimal furniture and keep things off the floor. You will definitely still need another vacuum in almost all situations. If you want to teach it areas in a large open space you may have a better chance of getting it to work in a room with minimal furniture. Then with this particular model you can tell it to just clean that space. This ability is not available in most robot vacuums. But if you move any furniture very much you risk having an area miss because of the way it moves about in the room. For the $$ this device should be much better, that is the bottom line. The battery life and ability of the robot to see area in the room need to be much better to be successful. Maybe in another 2-5 years I will be back.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Great until it needs to be rescued.....

    Posted
    Mike
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I purchased this vacuum with the anticipation of it cleaning the floors while myself or my wife is not home after owning and returning a Roomba 980. The ease of use and app associated with the Samsung by far is the better of the vacuums according to myself. The only problem that occurred was that I never got past the "Creating a new Floor plan" with the Samsung. This feature conveniently maps out the general floor plan of your home to be able to later select room by room for cleaning. The vacuum first stopped on a bathroom rug. The second occurrence was the device backing into a leg on my dining room table, which lifted the back of the vacuum making it think someone was picking it up. Both of these occurrences stopped the operation of the vacuum, as designed and it withheld zero memory of the progress mapping the floor plan and vacuuming so I had to start over multiple times with no success. As said with the Roomba, if your home does not have obstacles the vacuum can get wedged under or ride up against this would be a great buy.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Good vacuum but not so good support

    Posted
    Dick
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    We bought this first from Samsung's website and we couldn't get it to connect with our wifi which is a major selling point for controlling where it works. As it is, we turn it on and it does a little in one room and then moves on to another, not finishing either before going on somewhere else in the house. I talked with Samsung support and they keep trying to say it is not their problem. They had me send it to a warranty service company in New Jersey who could find no problem (I don't think they knew how to deal with software) and they sent it back unchanged. When I try to connect to the wifi, I go through the prescribed steps and it says "sit back and relax, this could take awhile" ; so I wait and wait and wait some more until it says "that was not successful, try again". It is the same result whether I give it the correct wifi password or a wrong password. I bought the one from Best Buy to see if it might work better but it was the same. I think it is time Samsung got their act together.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Powerful Sweeper, Spotty Navigation

    Posted
    RoboKing

    First off, this is not my first robotic sweeper. I currently use Neato. I bought the 9350 for the 40w vac power. Without hesitation, this is the most powerful robot sweeper I've ever used. Far superior to anything I've seen or used. It's probably close to my Dyson Animal in strength. Now the downside... The sweeper is getting stuck everywhere. Even after ample time to let it map. I have several contemporary rugs that have a large black square pattern. The Samsung sensed these black squares as a drop-off. In other words, the cliff sensors thought is was a stair. The sweeper bounced of the black squares and then got stuck. I removed the carpets, and it worked fine. Problem is, I need it to sweep those rugs! I waited for this sweeper for three months after reading a tech article. Painfully, I had to return the unit. It was of no use to me. My Neato's continue to work flawlessly. If I could take that vacuum power and combine it with the Neato navigation, there's a winner for sure. Three stars.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    This Vacuum is OK

    Posted
    Jenny777
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Good, not great. It requires sticker tape barriers. The kit comes with one. ONE? Is not enough. I called to get more from the Samsung company which was a hassle and I got at least 7 of these rolls of tape. These tape down to the floor and have a magnetic on top which tells the Vacuum not to pass through. I paid $165 for just these things. Roomba has virtual wall boxes which are far more practical. I like the Vacuum so that is why I kept it. However, be very precise about where you want to clean because she runs into things and gets stuck. You have to Vacuum proof you house. Rediculous. I have 2 roombas and they are by far better manipulators. However, the Samsung robot has a large brush head and different modes of cleaning (strong, medium, quiet). I kept it. Bottom line: Nice vacuum but be prepared to shell out some money if you have areas you don't want the vacuum to go. (For the magnetic sticky tape). Jenny, Fredericksburg, Virginia

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Beautifully engineered, poor execution

    Posted
    GMan78
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I really wanted to like Samsung's Premier powerbot Robot vacuum cleaner. And in every way I do, except for it doesn't work on throw rugs that have black in their pattern. Every time the powerbot would Traverse my throw rug which has a distinct pattern of black throughout it would surmise that the black was the edge of a Stairway and become catatonic. It would start doing some sort of a jig trying to find its way off of the throw rug. As a result it would not clean the whole room. The whole purpose of purchasing a robot vacuum is so that the house can be clean while you're away. But if every time it hits your throw rugs it gets in a locked condition then what's the use? I contacted Samsung and asked if there was a fix in the form of either a software update or some mechanical intervention, and they acknowledge the problem but offered no solution. Regretfully, this was returned to the store.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very nice robot vacuum!!

    Posted
    mrexclusive
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
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    Has plenty of suction power and keeps floors MUCH cleaner than the traditional method of vacuuming once or twice a week. It cleans as well as my Kirby upright! Has a really nice guidance system and does a really good job of "staying out of trouble!" The battery lasts a reasonable amount of time considering I always use mine on max/turbo (it has 3 suction power settings). Dust container is large enough to handle several cleanings before needing to be emptied. Rarely gets anything tangled in it's brush head but it is easy to remove and clean anyway. My only issue is the "floorplan" layout mapping option doesn't work! It may be because I have only Apple devices right now and perhaps Samsung didn't thoroughly test this ability using an iPhone. So, scheduled, per room cleanings are nonexistent with mine so far. Still worth it and works correctly otherwise.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Software needs a lot of improvement

    Posted
    Rdubs
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
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    The Powerbot has great suction and is quieter than the Roomba 980. However, it seems like Samsung put all their effort into the hardware and neglected the software. This bot misses areas and gets stuck on almost anything. It typically backs up onto something, stops, and gives an error message. It does not map while vacuuming like other bots. You have to send it out on a special mapping run, which fails if there is an error (and there is almost every time). The app gives errors (unable to connect) EVERYTIME I start it, and forces me to click through the features of the app like it’s the first time I’ve used it. I have downloaded both versions of the app - Smart Home is the least buggy, but it’s still terrible. This bot has so much potential but the poor software and buggy app ruin it. I suggest you buy a Roomba 980. Mine runs like a Swiss watch everyday and rarely has an issue (I have two large furry dogs).

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Get something else

    Posted
    kampy

    I purchased this robot vacuum to replace another robot vacuum that was experiencing trouble functioning. From the beginning, I noticed the PowerBot was very bad at navigation and got stuck all over the place. It's been a regular occurrence to find it with a dead battery half way across our first floor after it got "lost" and couldn't find it's way back to the charging dock. With three cats in the house, we tend to have a lot of fur that needs to be cleaned. With our Neato, our rug in the family room was always clean till the unit malfunctioned. The PowerBot was so bad at picking up fur from the rug that I had to consistently go back with my upright vacuum to clean up after the robot. Today, the robot malfunctioned and just kept going in circles. I ended up leveraging the Geek Squad protection plan that I bought and returned the useless vacuum.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Perfect little vacuum, except for Samsung Home

    Posted
    pwa1970
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    We love Rosie, she comes off her home 3 times a week and does a job we always put off way more than we should have. As long as we do a good job of cleaning up before and making sure there are no traps waiting for her to fall into she works perfectly. The first time she ran she trapped herself under our entertainment center so badly that I really had to work to repair her bumper so the C05 error would go away. Since shes worked perfectly and we are amazed at the amount of dirt she collects in just a couple days. Really my only complaint is, for what you pay, Samsung should really work on making Samsung Home a richer experience.  Want to schedule your robot automatically to come out and sweep three times a week? Sorry I don't find that in Samsung Home. Stuff like that seems like a no brainer.  Still, would I buy our Rosie again? Heck yes. Now to find someone to do a good job mopping!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great little Bot

    Posted
    Bill
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
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    Never thought I'd see the day when robotic devices would scurry around my home cleaning up after me and the critters... Rosie from the Jetsons? This little Bot, while a somewhat extravagant convenience, is a real work horse. My wife is amazed at how much dust, cat hair and dander it finds, even when our dark tile floors look clean! While it isn't a silent warrior in the struggle against dust and dirt, it is much quieter than the conventional weapons in our arsenal (Dyson and Hoover). While we still get out the 'big guns' for some jobs, the Samsung PowerBot does a commendable job at everyday cleanup. It transitions from tile to oriental rugs easily, and my wife likes the laser guidance pointer too. Weapons grade, you might say! Unfortunately, our cat has not taken to riding around on it yet, but confidence is high...

    I would recommend this to a friend