TOMY 'Auto Mee S' Cleaning Robot for smartphones and tablets【TOP 13 of '13】

Auto Mee S Cleaning Robots - AkihabaraNews.com

【Published February 5, 2013 - Top 13 of '13

Takara TOMY Company, Ltd., the Japanese toy company, just released a tiny cleaning robot, called the “Auto Mee S”, designed for cleaning smartphone and tablet LCD displays.

This is a fun gadget to have and would be a great gift that I would love to get…

With 2 rotating cleaning papers and 3 tires on its bottom, it wipes off fingerprints and dust during its travels over smartphone and tablet displays. It recognizes the end of the screen so it will turn and keep sweeping evenly without falling off. It takes only 4 minutes to clean smartphones and 8 minutes to clean tablets! :)

It is due to arrive in stores on March 28 for just ¥1,575. You are able to choose one of 4 colors (Orange, Blue, Pink and White).

Size: 67mm(w) x 38mm(h) x 73mm(d)
Weight: 82g (without batteries)
Ages: 15 and UP

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