Robot Lawn Mower

An automated lawn mower. (Read the full article)

"No word yet on whether or not the Robomow will one day have an arm that picks small items up and puts them in a bin for you..."
(Bill Christensen 5/5/2007 9:50:53 PM )
"Here's a short video showing Robomow in action.
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( 5/5/2007 9:58:01 PM )
"This gadget should be named in honor of the late, great U.S. writer Clifford D. Simak, the first science-fiction visionary to showcase a Robomow-like device in his 1950 novel "City"."
(LV 5/7/2007 3:29:48 PM )
"Despite the fact that this description by Simak basically "spec's out" what you would need in a robot lawn mower, the founders of Robomow found inspiration elsewhere.
Udi Peless writes "I read a few science fiction books when I was younger but can not say that this has inspired me. My dad was an engineer and I think that this was the main influence."
He also remarks that he does not recall reading about robot lawnmowers - so no conflicts about prior art there!"
( 5/14/2007 8:49:42 PM )
"We love our robotic lawn mowers. We have a Robomower that does our backyard and a Lawnbott that does our front and side yards. They do an absolutely amazing job. You can check out some great reviews at bamabots.com"
(Preston 6/20/2007 2:45:36 PM )
"please find our robot lawn mower: http://robotlanwmower.chinaeu.de/ "
(chinaeu 2/19/2011 9:10:29 PM )
"please find our robot lawn mower: http://robotlanwmower.chinaeu.de/"
(chinaeu 3/7/2011 7:49:00 AM )
"I would definitely buy a mowerbot if it had a retractable arm!"
(Joey1058 6/23/2011 7:14:49 AM )

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