Not many of us enjoy mowing the lawn. The
We all know iRobot’s Roomba vacuums (affiliate link) that revolutionized the vacuum industry upon its release in 2002. Parks and Recreation fans all know DJ Roomba and how Tom Haverford combined a Roomba with an MP3 player. Now in 2019, iRobot has developed an arguably more useful union by combining Roomba technology with tiresome lawn maintenance.
The first launch of the iRobot Terra will be in Germany and will then launch in the US in a beta program. The robot
So, how is the new iRobot lawn mower, Terra, going to set itself apart?
Easy to Use
The Terra will be able to operate without installing any boundary wires or digging. An app and standalone beacon technology keep the robot on track while it mows your lawn. This lawn mower doesn’t have a bag attached to it. Instead, it is a mulching lawn mower that spits out the clipping behind it as it mows. So, there are no bags to empty.
Smart Mapping Technology
Terra will use the same smart mapping technology used in the latest Roomba vacuums to maintain a clean, consistent pattern on your lawn. Straight line navigation leaves your lawn evenly trimmed, unlike competitors who cut at random angles.
Customers download the iRobot HOME App to set up, configure, and register Wi-Fi connected Roomba and Braava jet robots. For the Terra, it will also allow users to schedule and customize their mowing preferences. The Terra joins the iRobot ecosystem of connected robots that help us maintain our homes themselves. Now with the
The iRobot Terra will be available as a beta program in the US in 2019. Check out iRobot’s site to get updates.