The iClebo YCR-M05-50 is a Korean-made robovac and there isn't a lot of information about it available from English-language publications. The list of specs seems fairly standard. It has two side brushes, 15 sensors and HEPA filtration to fish out those hard-to-see dust particles. The strongest feature seems to be that the lithium-ion battery has a 160 minute battery life, which is unusually high for a robovac. If long periods between recharging are important to you, the unit could be worth considering. The manufacturers also claim to have won a product award from a German magazine, which may or may not mean anything, depending on how reliable the magazine is.
The cost is toward the high midrange of the market, which means it had better have some special features to make it worth the users' dollars. The long battery life helps. The unit has a mop function to go with the vacuum, but you have to wet the cleaning rag by hand, which would seem to negate several basic concepts of automation. One user complains that the included manual is in Chinese and that the English-language version has to be downloaded from the Internet. Amazon, however, says that the English manual is included, so maybe that problem has been fixed. Still, don't be surprised if you need to learn how to use it from a PDF file.
Given its price and lack of a reputation outside of the Eastern Hemisphere, it would be understandable if you had some trepidation about buying the IClebo sight unseen from an online dealer, which seems to be the main way it's available. For this particular feature set, and a mop that comes with its own water supply, you might want to look elsewhere, say at the Moneual Rydis H68 Pro or the RolliTech Rollibot Genius BL-800.
User manual and vacuum lettering in Chinese not English. Had to download manuals from Internet.