mfortuna wrote:sageman wrote:well neato dont use anything significant an old apple laptop in power and they just makes small squares for the neato so it dont get overloaded
What are you trying to say here?
glnc222 wrote:Neato navigation algorithm -- limitation
For those programming navigation with Neato Robotics lidar, thought would mention a limitation noted in the manual -- it cannot recognize an area previously occupied when encountering it again around a loop, as through connected hallways in a house.
The small computer has an AllWinner A10 single-core 1.5GHz ARM CPU, a Mali 400 GPU, and 512MB of RAM. An HDMI port on the exterior allows users to plug the computer into a television. It outputs at 1080p and is said to be capable of playing high-definition video.
The device also has a full-sized USB port with host support for input devices, a conventional micro-USB port, a microSD slot, and an internal 802.11 b/g WiFi antenna. The computer can boot from a microSD card and is capable of running Android 4.0 and other ARM-compatible Linux platforms.
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