Robotic lawnmowers are nothing new. But nearly all of them require you to lay down a perimeter wire so they know where to go. Toadi is different. Combining AI smarts with a 4K camera to "see" the yard and know where to mow and where to not. Its sustainable, 3D-printed body is mostly made from corn starch, with a protective nanocoating and wireless charging for the internal lithium-ion batteries. Two versions are available, both with titanium-coated blades, adjustable mowing heights, and the ability to cut up to 1.2 acres per charge on the Pro, or 0.6 acres on the standard model.