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With Roomba doing everything in their power to stay on top of the market, newcomers and old rivals keep pushing the envelope. With the Roomba i7+ we were introduced to a self-emptying robot. Now Ecovacs introduces technology to avoid obstacles in real time.
Neato has long been the number one competitor for the Roomba robot vacuums. While there are several decent robots out there, and even some good ones, none can compare to Roomba and Neato.
In the latest Ecovacs release, the 2-in-1 mopping and vacuuming robot has some serious upgrades. This new technology adds to the price, but is it worth it?
Roborock broke away from the conglomerate that built the first few models. Now mostly on their own, they have set out to challenge the industry and make Roborock a household name.
It seems Roborock love to confuse the consumers. It started with the model naming confusion of the Mi 2 robot and continued with the dual mobile apps. Now, Roborock releases the S5 Max on the heels of releasing the Roborock S6.
If you are a working professional that has a lot of space to clean, you may wonder how well a robotic vacuum would perform for you. In a warehouse, shop, showroom or anywhere else with vast amounts of hard flooring, it can be a chore to keep clean.
The Roborock S6, one of the best Roborock robots to date, has a lot of competition from within. One of those is the Roborock S55. What, exactly, is the S55, though? There is a lot of confusion surrounding the S5 models, and I want to clear that up.
There has been a lot of confusion surrounding the Roborock vacuum ever since the name became known. Are they a part of Xiaomi? Who owns the robots? Who makes them? The confusion began to clear up when the Roborock S5 was released, and Roborock made a name for itself as a brand.
The Roborock S6 set out to correct a lot of the issues that cropped up with the Roborock S5 model. Now, almost a year later, Roborock releases the S5 Max. The Max is supposed to be what the S6 wasn’t: an upgrade to the S5.