Rockubot is a ‘vacuum cleaner’ robot that promises to eliminate viruses and bacteria

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Rockubot is a kind of ‘vacuum cleaner’ robot that promises to clean environments. Using ultraviolet light and ultrasound, the product promises to eliminate bacteria, germs, lice and even viruses from surfaces in general. The project hit the crowdfunding target on Indiegogo and Kickstarter, and users can buy the robot for as little as $ 129, the equivalent of $ 655 at the current quote. Shipping to Brazil is US $ 20, something around R $ 101, and delivery is scheduled for the last days of March.

According to the manufacturer, the device may even be a good option to avoid contamination by the new coronavirus. But it is worth mentioning: its use does not replace general hygiene care, such as washing your hands frequently and disinfecting objects that come from the street.

Rockubot is a kind of ‘vacuum cleaner’ robot that promises to clean environments. Using ultraviolet light and ultrasound, the product promises to eliminate bacteria, germs, lice and even viruses from surfaces in general. The project hit the crowdfunding target on Indiegogo and Kickstarter, and users can buy the robot for as little as $ 129, the equivalent of $ 655 at the current quote. Shipping to Brazil is US $ 20, something around R $ 101, and delivery is scheduled for the last days of March.

According to the manufacturer, the device may even be a good option to avoid contamination by the new coronavirus. But it is worth mentioning: its use does not replace general hygiene care, such as washing your hands frequently and disinfecting objects that come from the street.

Rockubot is a kind of ‘vacuum cleaner’ robot that promises to clean environments. Using ultraviolet light and ultrasound, the product promises to eliminate bacteria, germs, lice and even viruses from surfaces in general. The project hit the crowdfunding target on Indiegogo and Kickstarter, and users can buy the robot for as little as $ 129, the equivalent of $ 655 at the current quote. Shipping to Brazil is US $ 20, something around R $ 101, and delivery is scheduled for the last days of March.

According to the manufacturer, the device may even be a good option to avoid contamination by the new coronavirus. But it is worth mentioning: its use does not replace general hygiene care, such as washing your hands frequently and disinfecting objects that come from the street.


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