iRobot's Home Robots business had a great year, but its Defense and Security business showed significant revenue decreases and brought down total company revenue and profit for 2012.
Home Robots revenue in full-year 2012 was $356,805,000, up 28% from $278,551,000 in 2011. Of that total, domestic U.S. Home Robots revenue was $117,689,000, up 40% from $82,787,000 in 2011. International Home Robots revenue in 2012 was $239,116,000, up 22% from 2011's $195,764,000.
iRobot's Defense & Security robots business declined sharply. Revenues in 2012 were $79.4 million, down from $186.9
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