If you’re one of the lucky people who have a robot servant of some sort in your home, whether it’s a Roomba, Neato or other sweeper/cleaner machine, then you really need to know where to go in case of trouble. Sure you can approach the manufacturers or retailers, but there are other options.
The Robot-Doc is a small unassuming website which contains a treasure trove of information, accessories and forums to help you deal with any issue relating to the robot at hand. The problem with owning a robot is the fact that it needs looking after, if only to ensure the batteries are kept properly charged etc, so any place that can help you avoid nasties, will stretch out the life of your
The other great resource is the Robot Reviews forum, which covers just about all commercially available consumer robots, including some of the more obscure models from LG, Vorwerk and so on. Between them, you should be able to fix just about every problem you might encounter with your family robot, and keep your home clean and tidy as nature intended.
For the truly adventurous there’s also a lot of hacks available to make your machine even more powerful, efficient or whatever. Especially useful if you’ve got a machine trying to cope with pets mess, which is a real headache for most standard robots. Bookmark this site now and you’ll appreciate it when the robot revolution hits in full force. Don’t say we didn’t give you advance notice!