The next Xiaomi vacuum robot does not want to score with a suction station or new wiping functions, but relies on its size. With a height of 5.5 cm, the Xiaomi Mijia Ultra Thin is one of the thinnest vacuum robots on the market. Can the height reduction be achieved without compromising navigation?
Xiaomi also follows the trend and releases a vacuum robot with extraction station. Thereby, the vacuum robot is also exciting, it offers a lot of suction power, 3D detection and laser room measurement. Can they shine with an extraction station?
Xiaomi gives their Mijia model with laser space measuring, or LDS for short, an upgrade with more suction power and an electric vibrating water tank. The vibrations apply more pressure to the floor, so it should be able to mop better. Successful upgrade?
Dreame, the Xiaomi subsidiary, has been shining with its battery vacuum cleaners up to now and is now launching the first battery vacuum robot. We present the Dreame F9.
Roborock launched their new E-model, the E5, in the US today. Equipped with a gyro sensor & its OpticEye sensor, it sets out to clean your home. The Roborock E5 is available as a pure vacuum robot, as well as in the mop version in the form of a vacuuming and mopping robot. A good Roborock entry-level model?
Realme expand their product portfolio, which consists of smartphones, smartwatches and headphones, with a vacuuming robot. The realme TechLife Robot Vacuum is an LDS vacuuming and mopping robot that comes with 3000 pa of suction power and smart mapping. Can they make the leap into the robot vacuum business?
It wasn’t that long ago that Dreame introduced the T20. Now they start with the Dreame T30, which not only has more suction power, but also an intelligent dirt detection. How much has changed compared to the predecessor?
With the Roborock S7, the Chinese manufacturer fully relies on the wiping function and is the new technological pioneer. Our test shows whether it is the best hybrid robot of all times. And how much better it is compared to the S5 Max.
The Taiwanese manufacturer Proscenic has had new blood for some time now: The subsidiary Ultenic is entering the robot vacuum business and has launched the T10 on Amazon, which is in the same price range as the top models from Roborock, Ecovacs and others. Read here whether it can compete with the big players.
Hardly any household robots have excited us so much in the past – and then left us so disappointed. Only those who crowdfunded the first Narwal vacuum-mopping robot have it at home today. Maybe – no, hopefully – we will have more luck with the new Narwal J1 Pro.
Roidmi is known as a premium manufacturer of battery vacuums like the NEX 2 Pro from Xiaomi’s ecosystem. The step towards the first own vacuum robot is a logical one. With the EVE Plus, Roidmi immediately relies on the latest technologies and features.
Proscenic products are cheap and almost always good as well. With the new Proscenic M6 Pro, the Taiwanese company tries to implement exactly this credo. Here you can find out if it worked.
Dreame, a manufacturer of strong price-performance models in battery vacuum cleaners, is attacking the top with the company’s second vacuum robot. Our test result after several weeks.
How do China’s top models compare with the large, established manufacturers? We have tested the Dyson V11 Absolute, the flagship model of the British top dog Dyson, for you and let it compete against the current number 1 from China, the Roborock H6. Who will make the race?
Latest creation: The Mijia K10 cordless vacuum cleaner with display and wipe function. Sounds ingenious, it could even be. We took a close look at the vacuum cleaner.
Ecovacs is moving ahead with its new flagship model and brings card storage for multiple floors and carpet recognition during wiping. Spoiler: An all-purpose weapon for the household.
Although not yet very common, simultaneous vacuuming and wiping with a battery-powered vacuum cleaner is no longer a novelty. Now Roidmi takes another step forward and offers a new model, the NEX 2 Plus, which has two rotating mops as an attachment. Ingenious?
Apparently it is becoming more and more of a problem in Japan that Apple fans drop their expensive Airpods at the train station and never see them again afterwards. Panasonic has now addressed this problem and developed a kind of vacuum cleaner that allows you to vacuum headphones off the train tracks without having to walk on them.
A new, powerful battery vacuum cleaner. This was again produced by a third party – and by a different one than the previously known Roidmi, Jimmy or Deerma. Optically the V9 of Dreame (following “Dream”, the dream) is very close to the previous Xiaomi vacuum cleaners.
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Most robot vacuums can be timed to hoover - and some even to mop - your home while you're on the move. Whether you're just lazy, lack the time or are just interested in home automation or domotics - robot vacs are gaining more and more popularity and are already present in many households.
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