IFA 2013: Samsung Navibot SR10F71 and SR8F Series

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Samsung Navibot SR8F

Samsung is dealing with the home robotic market half heartedly. They had the Pop-out Brush on display at Samsung's own home appliance hall at IFA, and a modified version of the old, Navibot Silencio robot. The Pop-out Brush is nothing new, but it is still a good idea. Unfortunately the robot still has problems cleaning along the straight walls, as it is demonstrated on the video below. The robot has the slim design and sports a top mounted camera to monitor movements by looking at the ceiling. With the help of the camera and the built in sensors all Samsung Navibot robots cover the floor area in a systematic fashion.

The Samsung Navibot SR8F series is advertised as the world's first freshener robot, what is absolutely false. Chinese manufacturers have long been building such robots, although the Navibot might be the first with a scent container. The little tank was put on top of the dust bin under a flip-up door.

All in all Samsung's robot exhibition was rather disappointing this year.

Samsung Navibot SR8F
Samsung Navibot SR8F
Samsung Navibot SR8F
Samsung Navibot SR8F
Samsung Navibot SR10F71

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