Robotic Vacuum Cleaning industry continues to increase rapidly in Asia Pacific that is driven by China because of rise in internet retailing and decline in prices. Utilizing a multi-disciplinary approach, the consequences, antecedents and processes of purchase willingness and attitude are explored by this article toward robot vacuums in order to build a comprehensive conceptual framework filling the gaps between technology-social ruptures existing in previous study. A research model is developed, and the hypotheses are tested based on major survey data from 355 Taiwan consumers. The results indicate that consumer need for consumer innovativeness, perceived usefulness and uniqueness have a positive impact on consumer attitudes toward purchase intention and robot vacuums. It is also obtained that perceived usefulness has the greatest impact on attitude toward robot vacuums that are compared to other factors but does have not a significant impact on purchase intention. Finally, the outcomes indicate that firms must consider consumer as home robots\' perceptions as a whole rather than technologies and only novel products and should also take into consideration.