Skip to main content

Clean up after your pet with the bObsweep bObi robot vacuum down to $200

Well, time to clean up all that mess. Get yourself the bObsweep bObi pet robot vacuum cleaner while it's on sale for $199.99 at Best Buy. That's a $100 discount considering the same robot vacuum goes for around $300 at other retailers like Walmart and Home Depot. It's even going for as much as $850 in some places, so that just adds to the great price we're seeing today. You can get this deal in three available colors: Peach, Scarlet, or Silver. The choice is yours!

The bObi has a simple design, but it's also an effective one. It's powerful enough to be able to clean up pretty much any standard mess. It can clean multiple rooms without needing much from you. The whole thing is basically autonomous once you've set it on its course. You can even program a schedule for it so it will clean when it's convenient for you.

The robot vacuum comes with a charging dock, and it is smart enough that when its battery runs low it will return to the dock and recharge before continuing where it left off. And when the job is done, it will return to the dock anyway to await the next clean. With a battery that lasts up to 120 minutes, it should be able to do most jobs without much need to return and head out again.

This is a very capable robot vacuum, too. It has 80 built-in sensors it can use to detect walls, edges, and obstacles and avoid them. It's also designed with brushes that help it clean along the edges of said walls, so it can get to all those hard-to-reach areas where dirt tends to build up.

The bObi also comes with two microfiber mopping cloths, a cleaning brush, two main and two side brushes, and a remote control.

Source: androidcentral

Popular posts from this blog

GiliSoft File Lock 3.4

A new program to encrypt and hide to protect files and folders and disks and make it safer. download :

iPhone 13 Pro vs. iPhone 15 Pro Buyer's Guide: 50+ Differences Compared

The iPhone 15 Pro brings over 50 new features and improvements to Apple's high-end smartphones compared to the iPhone 13 Pro, which was released two years prior. This buyer's guide breaks down every major difference you should be aware of between the two generations and helps you to decide whether it's worth upgrading. The ‌iPhone 13‌ Pro debuted in 2021, introducing a brighter display with ProMotion technology for refresh rates up to 120Hz, the A15 Bionic chip, a telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom, Macro photography and photographic styles, Cinematic mode for recording videos with shallow depth of field, ProRes video recording, a 1TB storage option, and five hours of additional battery life. The ‌iPhone 13‌ Pro was discontinued upon the announcement of the iPhone 14 Pro in 2022, but it is still possible to get hold of it second-hand. Our guide helps to answer the question of how to decide which of these two iPhone models is best for you and serves as a way to c

The Best Early Black Friday iPhone Deals

We've begun tracking early Black Friday deals for major Apple products like AirPods , and now we're focusing on iPhone. Specifically, in this guide we'll share the best early Black Friday deals on iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max, and more. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with some of these vendors. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running. Of course, there is a chance that we could see better deals on iPhone arrive as Black Friday gets closer. This is a risk anyone has to take while shopping during the holidays, so with that in mind, many of the deals shared below are currently their best prices ever seen. More information on these sales can be found in our Black Friday Roundup . Best iPhone and Accessory Deals iPhone 15 Pro/Pro Max for up to $1,000 off at AT&T iPhone 15 Pro with free Apple TV 4K and Apple One six month subscription at Verizon AirTag

The hidden cost of food delivery

Noah Lichtenstein Contributor Share on Twitter Noah Lichtenstein is the founder and managing partner of Crossover , a diversified private technology fund backed by institutional investors, technology execs and professional athletes and entertainers. More posts by this contributor What Studying Students Teaches Us About Great Apps I’ll admit it: When it comes to food, I’m lazy. There are dozens of great dining options within a few blocks of my home, yet I still end up ordering food through delivery apps four or five times per week. With the growing coronavirus pandemic closing restaurants and consumers self-isolating, it is likely we will see a spike in food delivery much like the 20% jump China reported during the peak of its crisis. With the food delivery sector rocketing toward a projected $365 billion by the end of the decade, I’m clearly not the only one turning to delivery apps even before the pandemic hit. Thanks to technology (and VC funding) we can get a ri