It’s OK if you haven’t heard that Dyson has a robot vacuum called 360 Eye in its portfolio because, it is so pricey that many would pretend it never existed. It is also perfectly fine if you didn’t know that it has a second-generation robot vacuum called Dyson 360 Heurist because, it won’t be available in stateside or even its home base, the U.K.

Dyson 360 Heurist Robot Vacuum

So yeah, Dyson has meticulously crafted a new robot vacuum after five years since its very first. While the Dyson 360 Heurist looks pretty much like the 360 Eye at a glance, it does boasts several upgrades, including new digital motor that, together with its Radial Root Cyclone technology, promised 2x the suction of any robot vacuum.

A couple other upgrades include new quad-core processors with 10 GB of memory which is 20 times more than its predecessor, and an array of LED lights surrounding its 360 camera. The former affords more store maps to be stores and also allowing more data to be stored as it continuously learn and improve itself. The latter will allows 360 Heurist’s 360 vision to continue functioning even in low-light condition.

Dyson 360 Heurist Robot Vacuum

Other notables include a full-width brush bar for edge-to-edge cleaning without the need for side brushes, tank tracks to allow overcoming obstacles like carpets and door ledges, a super thin and sleek charging dock, a small diameter design for reaching narrow gaps, built-in allergens filtration, and the ability to schedule and track cleaning from Dyson Link app.

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As mentioned earlier, the Dyson 360 Heurist Robot Vacuum is not available to all countries. It is launched in Canada (1,199.99 CAD), China (TBA), Japan (117,601 Yen) and in Taiwan (NT$32,900).

However, we heard, Dyson is working on another model that fits American’s homes. Before you jump on it, you may want to check out a detailed review by YouTube channel Vacuum Wars HERE.

Dyson 360 Heurist Robot Vacuum

Images: Dyson.

Source: YouTube (Vacuum Wars).

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