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iRobot shipped 421.000 home robot units in Q1, 2013

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23 April 2013



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iRobot Corp., the leader in home consumer robotics, has shipped 421.000 home robot units in the first quarter of 2013, compared with 392.000 for the same quarter one year ago, according to data released today.

The average gross selling price for a home robot unit was $230 or $16 higher than in Q1 2012.

Domestic Home Robot revenue of $92.7, a  growth of 44 percent, drove a 14 percent year-over-year increase in quarterly Home Robot revenue. International Home Robot revenue of $61.3 million comprised 66 percent of total Home Robot Q1 2013 revenue.



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