Based on reviews posted on popular review sites as well as from LG Hom-Bot's website, LG Hom-Bot performs very well in terms of ease of handling relative to other robotic vacuum cleaner brands.
One reviewer on wired.com said LG Hom-Bot performs well on ease of handling relative to its peers. You can read the full review here. Specifically, this reviewer pointed out the following:
It has mapping capabilities, and not only that, each map has a cleaning diary. You can watch the botvac’s path as it moves through your house. It also has an optional mop attachment, which is a plate and a cloth that attaches to the bottom of the botvac, and uses a magnetic strip as a barrier.
Based on a review posted on digitaltrends.com, LG Hom-Bot was rated as fairly average for ease of handling relative to competing robotic vacuum brands. Check out the entire review here. Here's a brief quote from this review:
The Home Guard offers the same drawbacks as a lot of DIY home security cameras, in that it sends out a lot of alerts. You can’t seem to turn the motion sensitivity up or down, either. You’ll have to turn this mode off, too, if you do want to move the vacuum to a new area. Though it’s supposed to head to a designated spot each time you turn Home Guard on, we found it could end up off by a foot or so. Also, it will only remain in this mode as long as the battery holds out. When it’s charging, the camera faces the dock, so your view is of black plastic.
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This user rated LG's ease of handling: 4.0