iRobot's stock has underperformed the market since its 2005 IPO. Investors are hoping things turn around, however, as the company builds on its existing cleaning and military robotic technology and branches into new products -- such as the RP-VITA, now cleared for use in hospitals.
Motley Fool analyst Rex Moore met with iRobot at the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and talked about future growth areas for the company. In today's installment of this multi-part series, iRobot's Craig Henricksen explains the new improved Looj gutter cleaner.
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