The Lillin A338 robotic vaccuum is a very solid option for prospective buyers looking at, say, a Roomba, who are looking to save a little on cost. The sleek look, standard set of features, and mid-$200s (at the time of writing) price all combine to form a competitive robo-vacuum and a good vale.
Basically the antithesis of the Techko Maid in terms of aesthetic design, the A338's crisp, futuristic look is just minimal enough not to breach tacky territory; the LCD touch screen in the center is a cool and modern touch, especially considering the price. The product boasts a number of features aimed at boosting ease of use, like automatically return to its charging port and some ability to take preemptive efforts to disentangle itself from tight situations.
Users report some minor issues with the A338. When the battery is low, the auto-dock feature sometimes fails, leaving the robot stranded in your residence. When encountering some small items, the A338 can struggle as it fails to properly gauge and avoid them, making some preemptive cleanup necessary prior to deploying your unit. Still, as long as you aren't a total slob, the Lillin A338 is a cool looking and compelling choice for your new robotic vacuum.
This is a good vacuum. It does s good job doing what you order it to do. It doesn't fall off the stairs.
This device comes with two speeds. If you use the lower speed it significantly works better.