The Winbot is turning many heads this year at the CES convention in Las Vegas. This robotic window cleaner comes in two versions, for frameless glass and framed windows, and will clean windows inside and out. However, like most humans, the Winbot will not clean windows if it’s raining, snowing, or below 40 out. Once attached to the window the Winbot will trace the window size and configures the most efficient path for cleaning the window. In three easy steps the device moistens, collects, and wipes the window of any impurities. Once complete, Winbot returns to its starting point on the window and sounds an alarm for you to come remove it. If you’re not satisfied with the job, the Winbot is equipped with a remote through which you are able to redirect the robot to the areas on the window that you want it to reclean. All Winbots come with solution, cleaning pads, and a power adapter. The Winbot is said to be available for purchase in late April for roughly around $299-$399.
This year’s appearance of the Winbot at the CES convention clearly shows how the world of technology is manufacturing products more geared towards making the lives of consumer’s easier, turning long weekend chores into quick daily tasks.