The iRobot Braava jet 240 won't replace a traditional mop and bucket on really dirty floors, but it does keep floors clean and dust free in between deep cleanings.
The iRobot Roomba i7+ learns your home's layout and empties its own dustbin. It's super-cool, but this convenience comes at a price.
Anki's second home robot houses a lot of power and potential but it's a little shy in showing off what it can do.
Shark makes a good impression with its first robot vacuum, but the Ion Robot 750 shouldn't be your first choice.
UBtech's Star Wars First Order Stormtrooper is an adorable bipedal robot that's faithful to the series, but as of now, it doesn't do enough.
UBTech's Jimu Robot Kits have enough parts to build complicated robots that can be programmed to move in complex ways, giving a curious child endless possibilities.
The Ubtech Lynx humanoid robot is cute, integrates with Alexa well and does some neat tricks, but is very expensive.
Cue's CleverBot offers a very realistic and entertaining programming experience that teaches kids how to code.
While they're a little difficult to put together, these unusual robots are fun to play with, especially when you have two or more robots and players.
The best robot kit for younger kids, Lego Boost turns programming into a game your child will want to play.
Anki's Cozmo is a cute robot plaything that can teach basic coding ideas, but it relies far too much on a smartphone or tablet.
Anki Overdrives lets you race robotic cars on a real track by playing a game on your phone or tablet. The result is addictive fun for families and kids of all ages.
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