Despite all of the advantages, it can often feel like our modern lives are as busy as ever before. The good news, however, is that help has arrived when it comes to keeping your home in order. These days, there are numerous robots designed to perform tasks around the house and streamline your daily chores. Here are a few that are worth getting excited about.

Robotic Vacuums
Okay, robot vacuums may not be particularly new by any means, but the technology has certainly come a long way in recent years. Just ask anyone who has the iRobot Roomba S9 Plus. Vacuuming this state-of-the-art piece of equipment is as simple as giving a voice command to your virtual assistant and, thanks to its intelligent mapping technology, you can even instruct it to clean specific parts of the home, like under the dining room table after dinner.

Robotic Lawnmower
Maintaining a beautiful yard used to require considerable effort, but now you can automate most of the work with a robotic lawnmower. Todays top models work well with small- to medium-sized yards (usually up to half an acre) and are smart enough to avoid obstacles, like lawn furniture. Plus, you can schedule it to run at the ideal time and enjoy complete control via your smartphone or virtual assistant.

Robotic Furniture
For city dwellers looking to get the most out of every inch of their apartment, robotic furniture is going to be a game-changer. One of the companies paving the way is Ori Living, a startup thats designed numerous features to make life easier in small spaces, like a bed that lowers from the ceiling for studio apartments and a walk-in closet that contracts to take up less space when not in use.

Robotic Pool Cleaners
When the weather heats up and the pool is open, the last thing you want to be bothered with is cleaning all of the leaves, dirt and debris out of it. A robotic pool cleaner is the answer for those who want to spend their time lounging around a pool thats always pristine and beckoning you to take a refreshing dip.

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