While it's not Rosie the Robot from the Jetsons, it is the first home-use humanoid robot — and it's name is Nuvo ($7000). Designed to be a helper and companion, Nuvo is much like a dog that can tell you the time and date, take pictures of your place while you're away, and play music. It reacts to conversational commands, and also reacts to general environmental stimuli like TV shows or guests. To get a better idea of all that Nuvo can do, check out this article from the New York Times. Expensive, yes, but the day of home companion robots is here — and it looks pretty sweet.

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    Dyson's vacuums have earned nearly unanimous praise for their floor-cleaning prowess, but we were surprised to find that they make a model with a specific group in mind: Pet owners. The Dyson DC14 Animal Vacuum ($550) features the Root Cyclone constant suction system, automatic carpet height adjustment, a wand attachment that releases and expands up to 17 feet, and the unique advanced turbine head that cleans pet hair from confined spaces with all the fury that it uses to handle your floors. You can officially say goodbye to that cat hair-covered couch.

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