• According to the manufacturer, the Landroid uses an "artificial intelligence algorithm for intricate cuts." It's plug-and-play, so you don't need to program it for your lawn specifically, unless you want to. Think of it as a roomba.
  • The Landroid automatically returns to its charging station and can sense when the grass is wet. It also knows how to avoid toys that inevitably get left out on the lawn.
  • Of course, it's not cheap. If you want a robot to cut your lawn, it'll start at $1000 -- but that quickly becomes cheaper than hiring lawn guys.

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