I recently purchased a Xiaomi Gen2 Roborock vacuum robot after much deliberation and whilst the wife was initially skeptical, it does help make her life a little easier with keeping the floors clean even though she does not admit it openly .
We live in a smallish HDB apartment and I have it programmed to vacuum sweep the house automatically on a daily basis and I manually initiate a "wet mop" after we get home every 3rd or 4th evening. We have marble as well as parquet flooring and we do not have rugs or carpeting nor "floor-cloths" for the feet as the floors in the main living areas are generally clear of things. The robot does not have any issues navigating from one floor type to the other. It does not have any problems with our long, hanging curtains or the thick insulated wires of power extension cords and power extension bars and will happily navigate its way around them and under your furniture as long as it can fit under them and move around freely.
I say "mop" as the robot (with the mop attachment attachment instead) basically does what it normally does but with a "wet-wipe" being dragged behind it. The mop attachment is essentially a water reservoir that the mopping cloth "wicks" water from to keep itself moist as it is dragged around the house. The reservoir contains enough water for about 25-30 minutes of "mopping" and i usually refill it once give the time it takes for my place. Since I normally only fill the reservoir with clean water, I don't think it will be able to handle an oily kitchen floor but reviews I've seen mention that you can fill the reservoir with an enzyme-based (and NOT a chemical-based) cleaning solution. We normally "push" one of those Kao Magiclean stick broom/mops around a couple of times for the kitchen floor.
All in all, it generally does what we intended it for ie. clean the floors (though not necessarily the square corners) and over time, it generally does a fairly good job of maintaining cleanliness within reasonable expectations.
Apologies for the long reply. HTH.
P.S. Disclaimer: I am a product owner and not an owner/employee of Xiaomi and/or its resellers/importers/traders. The experiences/opinions stated above are my own.