Evolution Robotics' Mint Automatic Floor Cleaner will dust and wet mop your floors so you don't have to. (Source: Evolution Robotics)
Mint navigates rooms using its "NorthStar" system, which works a lot like GPS, but on a local level. The "NorthStar" cube is placed on the floor of the room being cleaned, placing an infrared beam on the ceiling, which Mint uses to map out the room. (Source: Evolution Robotics)
Evolution Robotics says Mint will work on wood, tile, vinyl, and Pergo floors, but unlike the Neato XV-11 or Roomba, it's not a vacuum. (Source: Evolution Robotics)
Mint uses cloths you might already have lying around the house, including Swiffer dry and wet cloths. According to Evolution Robotics, the robot will cost less than $250 and be available later this year. (Source: Evolution Robotics)
Looking for a robot specific to hard surface floors? Evolution Robotics’ Mint Automatic Floor Cleaner might be right up your alley.