A little over a decade ago, the concept of a robot vacuum that mops were alien to many (but there was a “floor washing” robot). The robot vacuum business keeps breaking new grounds and today, we learned that days of changing “mopping pad” were over.
Robot vacuum that vacuum, mops, and self-empties is not the newest news. Now, there is a new robot vacuum that does both vacuuming and mopping, and self-cleans the mops, and it is called Narwal T10. When we first featured Narwal T10, it wasn’t available in stateside. Well, the good news is, it is now available …
Some robot vacuums have claimed to be powered by AI, but the Samsung JetBot 90 AI+ Robot Vacuum Cleaner is the first in the world’s to be powered by a big name in artificial intelligence, Intel.
For the longest time, robot vacuum was just a robot vacuum. And then, mopping function becomes a norm. And then iRobot broke new ground with Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal. But it was pricey. Very pricey. Thankfully, there is another option in the market and it is called, XCLEA Hands-free Dust Collecting Robot Vacuum.
Robot vacuum may not deserve its namesake if it requires you to regular empty its dust bin. The word ‘robot’ means, you should have minimal interaction with it and considering how small the dust bin on such device is, interaction can be quite frequent. This is where Neabot Robot Vacuum comes in.
Cool things always stand the test of time. Case in point: this R9-D9 Robot Vacuum Cleaner. Just look at it. Don’t you think that it looks pretty damn awesome? And guess what? It was created way back in 2018.
One of the biggest electronics maker in North America, Haier, is selling a new type of robot vacuum under its ‘online company’ Haier TAB. Haier TAB is also a branding and R&D company, and therefore, it is no surprise when they introduced its latest robot vacuum, it is anything but run-of-the-mill.
The DEEBOT OZMO T8 AIVI from ECOVACS is a robot vacuum and mopper that is touted as the “market’s most advanced AI-driven floor cleaning robot” and a home monitoring device, aka a home security bot of sort.
Good news, Queen’s people. Dyson 360 Heurist Robot is now available in home market U.K. When it was first announced last September, the second robot vacuum from Dyson wasn’t listed for U.K. market. However, it is now available in the U.K. market for anyone who is willing to drop a healthy £799.99.
LG is giving Dyson a run for its money with two new vacuum cleaners with new mopping capabilities. The first is the LG CordZero A9 Stick Vacuum that does vacuuming and mopping with a single stick-type device and the second is a new dedicated mopping robot called CordZero Robotic Mop.