Samsung Turbo Powerbot Robotic Vacuum

Jul 29, 2016

Category: Tech

On the release of the first popular robotic vacuum, the Roomba, there was a sizable group of people who thought that it seemed more of a fad than anything else. Well, years later the market still loves these automated cleaners and with the release of Samsung’s Turbo Powerbot Vacuum, we can see why.

Decked out with the world’s most powerful CycloneForce suction system, this can get your entire home clean without clogging. If you have different carpet or surfaces in your house, users have the option of choosing from a wide variety of brushes in order to best clean different rooms. What really sets this vacuum apart is the software it has cooked into it. Using something called Visionary Mapping Plus and a FullView Sensor it can map out your rooms and follow instructions sent via your phone. Prices start at $1,000. [Purchase]

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