Toss the brush and throw robot Mirra in your pool

Mirra looks like it’s underwater, but it’s high and dry at the CES 2013 iRobot booth.

(Credit: Tim Hornyak/CNET)

LAS VEGAS–I used to try cleaning my godmother’s pool with long, unwieldy nets and hoses, and always gave up in frustration.

iRobot’s Mirra 530 would have been a huge help. Now being shown off at CES 2013, it improves upon the company’s Verro pool bots.

With its rotating brushes, Mirra is designed to scrub any type of in-ground pool without using the pool’s filtration system, a concept aimed at saving energy.

Unlike the $1,099.99 Verro 500 PowerScrub, the $1,299.99 Mirra has wheels instead of treads and a more powerful suction and filtration system.

Mirra can pump and filter about 70 gallons of pool water per minute and suck up debris as small as 2 microns.

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