The Tineco Pure One S12 Plus is considered one of the best cordless vacuum cleaners on the market alongside the Dyson V11. We took a closer look at the not cheap device from Hong Kong.
Xiaomi’s subsidiaries Roidmi, Dreame and Jimmy are among the biggest competitors of the British top dog Dyson. Now Xiaomis subsidiary Dreame is launching its new top model: We’ll tell you what makes the Dreame V10 different from its predecessor.
Roborock is now not only in vacuum robots, but also in battery vacuum cleaners! At the CES 2020 in Las Vegas, the household expert presented the H6 cordless vacuum cleaner. We were already able to test it extensively.
Every new top model comes with laser technology. Now also a budget model; the Alfawise V10 Max. You can read here why this is something special with this robot.
At the same time as the company’s first cordless vacuum cleaner – the HomeVac S11 – eufy is also launching a small hand-held vacuum cleaner under the umbrella name HomeVac. We have tested whether the HomeVac H11 is a useful addition to the four walls.
The Chinese computer and smartphone manufacturer Lenovo now produces round household helpers. The first one is the now available Lenovo X1. Does the robot live up to the manufacturer’s good reputation – and is the robot even “made by Lenovo”?
A new version of the successful Roborock S6, nicknamed “Pure”. Better than its predecessor? We have pitted both models against each other.
Once upon a time there was a Chinese company called Xiaomi, which brought very powerful battery-powered vacuum cleaners with a chic design and top workmanship onto the market through several subsidiaries and third-party suppliers. Then they decided to handle it like with smartphones: Many model versions, short product cycles and confusing model names. And so they developed the Xiaomi Mijia 1C.
Xiaomi launches an improved version of the popular Mi Robot. It has more suction power, a wiping function with a large water tank and an improved laser distance sensor (LDS). A sensible upgrade? Our review.
The Mi Robot 1C was launched on Xiaomi’s crowdfunding platform “XiaomiYoupin”. It can wipe, has the highest suction power and is very flat. What’s the deal with the new model – and did it really need another Xiaomi vacuum robot?
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. The predecessor model, the S50, has been the unyielding leader in our ranking since 2017. Is that over with the new Roborock S6? Who occupies the vacuum robot throne? We have tested the new flagship model extensively.
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.
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.
With vacuum robots, Qihoo has made a name for itself as a Roborock and Xiaomi competitor. For comparatively little money, you get concentrated technology here – does this also apply to the newly introduced 360 X90?
The Roborock S4 was first introduced as “T4” in China (we reported), now it is also available for us as S4. A Lite version of the S6? Or even the S50? Our review.
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.
To be honest, we have got to know the Chinese manufacturer Puppyoo as a manufacturer of improved plastic waste. The crowdfunding platform Indiegogo can now be used to finance a suction robot that looks very similar to the Xiaomi models – and is said to have a gigantic battery installed.
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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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