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Elecom Scented Touchscreen Cleaners: Ain’t Nobody as Nerdy, My Screen So Fresh So Clean

Elecom Scented Touchscreen Cleaners: Ain’t Nobody as Nerdy, My Screen So Fresh So Clean
I’m okay with using a microfiber cloth to clean the display on my gadgets and my computer. But if your nose is sensitive enough that it can smell the oil, dirt and whatever substance is left on your screen, watch out for Elecom’s new touchscreen cleaners.

Automee S: A Roomba for Touchscreens

Automee S: A Roomba for Touchscreens
At the 2013 Tokyo Gift Show, Takara Tomy unveiled a toy that’s at the cusp of being practical. The company calls it the Automee S, a tiny disk-shaped robot designed to clean the touchscreens on mobile devices.
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Colocolo Tablet Cleaner Rolls iPads Clean

Colocolo Tablet Cleaner Rolls iPads Clean
Do you constantly get greasy fingerprints all over the screen of your shiny glass tablet? If you’re like me, you probably just wipe it off with your shirt sleeve or maybe an eyeglass cleaning cloth. But if you’re looking for something that’s designed specifically for the task, then check out the Colocolo tablet cleaner.

PorkKleen Bacon Hand Sanitizer Might Attract Miss Piggy

PorkKleen Bacon Hand Sanitizer Might Attract Miss Piggy
Hands get dirty – they touch handrails, they touch tables, and, if you’re like me, they touch the floor when you’re army-crawling across the mall. You usually whip out that alcohol-smelling Purell stuff, but now you can use some PorkKleen Bacon Scented Hand Sanitizer! 

Mint Floor Cleaner: Square and Simple

Mint Floor Cleaner: Square and Simple
The Mint cleaner is designed to be used with reusable microfiber cloths or, if you want to waste money, Swiffer cleaning cloths. Unlike the Roomba, the Mint can only clean hard floors. I’m not sure if it can dock and recharge itself; the official website mentions no such feature.

Panasonic Fukitorimushi: the Roomba’S Strange New Robot Floor Cleaner Rival

Panasonic Fukitorimushi: the Roomba’S Strange New Robot Floor Cleaner Rival
Panasonic demoed their own robot floor cleaner at the Tokyo Fiber Senseware exhibition in Milan. It’s called the “fukitorimushi” (wipe-up bug), although if you ask me “Creepy Pillow” would be a better name for it. The high-tech pillow cleaner detects dust and dirt using “blue-white light” and then cleans ’em up using a cutting-edge nanocloth developed by Teijin Ltd.
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