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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

New generation cleaning robots

Samsung Powerbot VR9000

Samsung Electronics recently announced the launch of the Powerbot VR9000, a visionary cleaning device that provides hands-free automated floor cleaning with strong suction power and convenience thanks to the company’s advanced technologies.

Credit: SamsungPowerbot 9000
The Powerbot VR9000 is an evolution in home cleaning that conquers the limitations of conventional robot vacuums and sweeps up dust just like a broom. It marks the start of a new generation in cleaning with its superior suction power, which is up to 60 times greater than conventional cleaners thanks to Samsung’s advanced Digital Inverter Technology. In addition, its enlarged brush, which covers a much wider area, ensures a more thorough clean whilst the unique CycloneForce technology reduces the risk of clogged filters to ensure the high performance lasts longer. Moreover, its upgraded scanning system, FullView Sensor™, allows speedy and smooth movement to give you thorough and efficient cleaning by cleverly avoiding obstacles thanks to a suite of sensors that minimise the blind spots.
The Powerbot VR9000 comes in two colour variants; Airborne Copper which blends twinkling gold and chic black or Deep Blue which mixes vivid blue and chic black.The Powerbot VR900 is been priced at eBay at US$ 1135,90.

Dyson 360 Eye

The British company Dyson has announced its first vacuum cleaning robot, the Dyson 360 Eye. It weighs 2.4kg, holds 0.4 liters of debris, auto-docks, and has a lithium-ion battery that claims to last for 20 minutes.
Credit: Dyson, 360 eye
The new vacuum cleaning robot will be available in Japan first before a wider international release and will cost 130,000 Yen -- roughly $1,250.

The Dyson 360 Eye™ robot constantly observes and interprets its surroundings with its unique 360° vision system that uses complex mathematics, probability theory, geometry and trigonometry to map and navigate a room. So it knows where it is, where it’s been and where it’s yet to clean.

Radial Root Cyclone™ technology
Dyson cyclones capture dirt and microscopic dust. For Dyson 360 Eye™ robot, Dyson engineers designed our smallest Radial Root Cyclone™ technology yet. It generates high centrifugal forces to capture particles as small as pollen and mould.
To create powerful suction you need a powerful motor. But powerful motors are big and heavy so Dyson engineers designed the Dyson Digital Motor V2. It’s light and small, yet extremely powerful – using digital pulse technology to enable it to spin at up to 78,000 rpm. It generates the highest suction of any robot vacuum.
Dyson 360 Eye™ robot is the only robot vacuum with continuous tank tracks, engineered for accurate manoeuvring over all floors.
Unlike most robot vacuums, Dyson 360 Eye™ robot provides suction across the full width of the machine. And instead of flimsy bristles and side sweepers, it has Dyson’s most advanced cleaner head technology: two types of bristles for hard floors and carpet.
Available for free on IOS and Android platforms, the Dyson Link app allows you to control and schedule how and when your Dyson 360 Eye™ robot vacuum cleans. It enables you to view maps of cleaning progress, even when you're not at home. It activates your 2 year guarantee, automatically downloads software updates and, should you ever need them, provides access to troubleshooting guides.

1 comment:

Mark Barr said...

For those who are considering buying these robots i have just one suggestion for your. These robots are amazing and help a lot in household work, but you will have to keep in mind that this robot works best when charged proper. So let it get changed first otherwise you might start wondering why on this earth i bought this one. I have bought one from
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