The successor of the very successful vacuum robot by Xiaomi is finally here. We sat down and reviewed the Xiaomi RoboRock Sweep One vacuum robot and compared it to the model of the first generation.
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.
Several million models of the first two generations of Xiaomi vacuum robots were sold in China alone. The Chinese tech giant has also long since arrived at ECOVACS and ILIFE in the household robot sector – and is now continuing to press ahead. And that with the RoboRock T6, a new high-end vacuum robot that was unveiled today. All known information in the article.
The first vacuum robot that can clean itself. The other technical data are also impressive. All information on the Narwal Robotics Vacuum robot here.
House dust mites are a horror not only for allergy sufferers. No air, sneezing, coughing. The two vacuum cleaners want to solve this problem: Roidmi M8 and Jimmy JV11.
Vacuuming and wiping at the same time, app control, laser distance sensor including mapping and room division, underground detection … packed with technology and functions, the DEEBOT OZMO 930 is the flagship of the Chinese manufacturer ECOVACS ROBOTICS. We tested the OZMO 930 and compared it with the top models.
With the Jimmy JV71 another battery-powered vacuum cleaner with high suction power is on the market. We can’t say exactly why Xiaomi uses so many different companies, but we know how well the JV71 works.
There are already some battery vacuum cleaners from China, which the Roidmi F8 should leave far behind in comparison. Without anticipating the test results too much: This model not only matches the Dibea models 😉 We have thoroughly tested the competition from China.
Quickly want to vacuum something away in the car – probably every driver knows that. This vacuum cleaner is probably not suitable for large-scale cleaning – but it is guaranteed to make the car appear cleaner. And as so often, Cleanfly is a product of a subsidiary of the tech giant Xiaomi.
The Roidmi F8 is the most powerful battery-powered vacuum cleaner we’ve ever tested. Shortly thereafter, Xiaomi’s Youpin sales platform featured a similar model named “Jimmy”. We’ve tested the Jimmy JV51 and tell you why it’s technically not so different from the Roidmi.
The manufacturer 360 Mobiles has made a name for itself in China over the last few years with budget smartphones and wants to shake the Xiaomi monopoly. With the 360 S6 Sweeping Robot the chances are not too bad.
After the popular models F6, C17 and ST1601, a new battery-powered vacuum cleaner has come onto the market, which, in addition to the usual dyson-like design, scores with higher suction power and LED lights. We tested the Dibea D18.
Anyone who thinks of autonomous household work will inevitably end up at ILIFE at some point. The W400, the first wiping robot from the Chinese manufacturer, has now been introduced. It will still take a few days until the official sales launch, we have all the information in advance.
These table vacuum cleaners are very suitable as gifts, look funny on the desk and yes, they also catch crumbs, dust and small collections of dirt. Of course, they’re not as powerful as vacuum robots, but on average they only cost about a twentieth of their big brothers.
The Xiaomi Mi Vacuum Robot has been on the market since August 2016 and our expectations are, as always at Xiaomi, correspondingly high. (Almost) everything was done right – this is shown in our test over a very long period of time.
The Chinese tech giant Xiaomi is not getting tired of developing and has lately probably concentrated more on household appliances. The next cleaning gadget is already in the starting blocks. The “Shuawadi” wireless hand vacuum cleaner is ideal for cleaning sofas, cushions, mattresses or carpets.
The Xiaomi Mi Robot was the gadget par excellence in 2017 and continues to be unbeatable in terms of value for money. Its successor, the RoboRock Sweep One, is currently setting new standards for vacuum robots. Xiaomi has launched the Xiaowa Vacuum Robot Youth Edition for smaller budgets. We tested it.
The ILIFE A6 vacuum robot competes directly with the in-house ILIFE A4 in terms of suction performance – but the A6 is still trimmed for stylish design. You can read in the review how strong the ILIFE A6 is compared to other cheaper models and what else it has in store besides its stylish design.
At the 51st Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018, as every year, the new technical information from the major tech companies was presented. ILIFE Robotics was also present with the ILIFE A8, its new flagship model. We have all the information known so far.
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