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Robotic vacuums are nothing new. But there are some superior planate jobs made for robots like our windows washing buddy Winbot. At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, Ecovacs Robotics is showing off the latest version of its window-clinging-and-cleaning robot, Winbot 7. Winbot uses suction cups to cling to its work surface and then it zigzags its way across the glass, washing that massive living room window or small shower door you had no reasonable expectation of ever cleaning yourself. It sports a three-stage cleaning process like a car wash. The wet pad loosens and absorbs dirt, the squeegee slides away residual moisture and the rear pad mops off the rest. I watched videos of it cleaning a glass surface. The device moved deliberately too slowly and effectively. Pricing on Winbot has not been set yet but is expected to come in from $299 to $399. Come back later we will take a look at humanoid robots. If you like what you read subscribe to get updates of new post.