Robotic vacuums have been around for some years despite the fact that they might sound futuristic. Now these vacuums have become even better. Samsung announced that they are revealing their robotic vacuum, Powerbot VR7000 which is compatible with Amazon Echo.
Now you can sit and watch TV while you tell your vacuum to clean around the house. The company also announced that now all of their WiFi-enabled vacuums will work with the intelligent assistant, Alexa. This is not the first company that makes the vacuums and Alexa connect. Neato Botvac was the first company which announced that people can command their vacuum with the help of Amazon Echo.
The only commands that are available for Neato’s vacuum are the start and stop. Their vacuums also go to the recharge station when they are out of battery. We don’t know exactly what Samsung’s robotic vacuum is going to be able to do but we expect it to be better than its competitors.
The best feature of this new robotic vacuum is that is much smaller than the previous models. This vacuum can even get under your bed and couch. These robotic vacuums are designed to avoid different objects that are around the house. It can also get really close to the wall so it can clean all of the space of the room.
This vacuum has a lot of other interesting features including a room contour mapping, self-cleaning brush, and adjustable suction levels. This vacuum can also be controlled by a full remote control with a smartphone.
Samsung did not give any additional information about the robotic vacuum. The company is going to reveal their device at CES 2017 which is going to start on January 3rd, in a few days. This means that after CES 2017 we will be able to watch TV and enjoy a little relaxing time while the robotic vacuum will listen to us and clean the entire house all by itself.
These robotic vacuums are going to be the best way to clean the house, especially for people who are too busy for cleaning up the house. These devices are going to do the work for us. Maybe in a few years, there are going to be devices that automatically make breakfast while we sleep a little longer.
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