At the front of the are four buttons: the timer, start/stop, mode, and homing. There are automatic and manual modes available and the homing button can be used to automatically return the vacuum to its charging station or clean more than one room.

The will be compared to the most well-known robot vacuum on the market in the Roomba and it looks like LG has improved some of its previous performance flaws. However, it's hard to rate the in full because we haven't seen how much dirt it can pick up on high pile carpet or debris it can suck up on a hardwood floor. Users should note that the isn't the same threat that it used to be to knock over objects because of new sensor technology. The vacuum also allows users to switch between cleaning modes and use the honing button to return it to its charger.

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