CES 2016: Robots That Do the Dirty Work People Loathe Doing

PHOTO: The Grillbot, as seen here at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Jan. 7, is designed to clean off grill residue, according to its creators.PlayABC News
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Good news -- in the future, you won’t have to ever clean again if you don’t want to.

While the thought of robots taking over every job in the world sounds scary, some robotic technology shown off at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas proves it may be OK to let robots take over the not-so-fun jobs in your home -- like cleaning.

The WINBOT, a window cleaning robots from Ecovacs Robotics, can get smudges out of the highest windows.

Matthew Sekelick, a representative from Ecovacs Robotics, told ABC News today that the two new robots are launching this year -- with the 850 coming first and the larger 950 set for an August release.

“Its primary benefit is with little effort it reaches hard-to-reach places and it has safety in mind so you’re not climbing,” Sekelick said. “It frees you up to live smarter and enjoy life.”

Perfect for summer barbecues, the Grillbot is powered by three electric motors with three replaceable brushes that scrub residue from a grill. The robots -- which come in four colors -- are also equipped with smart computer brains that allow it to control its speed and direction.