Roomba Will Soon Be Able to Detect Wi-Fi Dead Zones | News & Opinion

PC MAGAZINE | on Wed, Jan 3, 11:00 PM

As it sweeps the floor throughout your home, the vacuum will collect Wi-Fi signal information and create a map highlighting any areas with poor connectivity. Do you own a Roomba 900 series[1] vacuum? Soon, your robot vacuum[2] will be able to detect and inform you about Wi-Fi dead zones in your home, which could be helpful if you use other smart home devices[3]. Here's how the new feature will work: As it sweeps the floor throughout your home, the vacuum will collect Wi-Fi signal information ...

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