Just when you thought you were up to speed on the latest and greatest vacuum-cleaning robots, the iRobot® Roomba® 980 vacuum-cleaning robot shows up to blow your mind. It’s got some brand-new features, enhancements of existing ones, and, with full integration to the iRobot HOME app, it’s remotely operable so you can schedule your Roomba 980 from anywhere, right from the palm of your hand.

It’s Smart

The Roomba 980 seamlessly and efficiently navigates an entire level of your home and keeps track of its location, recharging as needed until the job is done. Designed with iAdapt 2.0 with visual localization, Roomba 980 knows where it has cleaned and keeps track of its location.

It’s Agile

At just 3.6” tall, Roomba has been designed to maneuver under and around most furniture and hard-to-reach places, so dirt has no place to hide.

It’s Powerful

Roomba 980 automatically increases its air power on carpet and rugs, where dust and dirt hide.

It’s Careful

Have stairs? No problem. Roomba senses and avoids stairs and other dangerous drop-offs, so you don’t have to worry about it falling.

It Takes Care Of Itself

Roomba will vacuum for up to two hours.* If it’s not done by then, it automatically returns to its Home Base® charging station and recharges. Then Roomba picks back up cleaning until it’s finished the job.

*Tested in iRobot’s home test lab on hard floors. Run times may vary.

It’s Connected

With the iRobot HOME app, you can connect to clean from anywhere. You control how Roomba cleans your unique home. You can also schedule your Roomba 980, access tips and customer support, and start Roomba’s cleaning from anywhere with a single tap.

Whether you’re a Roomba veteran or this is your first encounter with the vacuum cleaning robot, one thing’s clear: Roomba 980 is the most advanced vacuum cleaning robot iRobot has produced to date.

Check it out and learn more about the iRobot® Roomba® 980 that has the power to change the way you clean.

Tony Carnevale is a senior writer for Studio@Gawker.

This post is a sponsored collaboration between iRobot and Studio@Gawker.

GIFs by Alex Cannon.