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IFA 2012

IFA is the other trade show of the year where new home appliances, including household robots are most likely announced. This means that I have to be in Berlin. Last year the IFA was the event where the self-emptying Samsung Navibot S was first shown to the market and the LG Hom-bot 2.0 has also made its debute in Berlin. But Samsung was not the only vacuum cleaner robot on display to clean itself because Ecovacs had the same feature for the first time here at IFA. Both LG and Samsung demonstrated the remote controlling and surveillance features of their robots, although none of those robots reached the western markets yet.

IFA has become even larger since last year. Exhibitors have booked all available exhibition areas and some passageways, so the occupied area has grown by nearly 2,000 sq m (21,500 sqft) to reach 142,200 sq m (1,530,681 sq ft). I will definitely go to see and try the new iRobot 600 series, and I hope to see a few other floor cleaning and window cleaning robots from Ecovacs, Samsung, LG and Yujin robotics. So check this site frequently in the next few days to see what's new in the world of home robotics.

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