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Makita DRC200Z Robot Vacuum Review – Heavy Duty Clean

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 Makita DRC200Z Robot Vacuum

Roborock S6 vs Roborock S55 – How are They Different?

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.

A side-by-side comparison of Roborock S6 vs Roborock S55.

Roborock S6 vs Roborock S50 – Every Difference Explained

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.

A side-by-side comparison of Roborock S6 vs Roborock S50.

Roborock S6 vs Neato D7 – Which One is the Better Buy?

If you are in the market for a new robot vacuum, you have no doubt heard of Roborock. You are also aware of Neato and how they continuously battle Roomba for the top spot in the industry. With the release of the Roborock S6, though, should Neato worry about a new competitor?

A side-by-side comparison of Roborock S6 versus Neato Botvac D7 Connected.

Roborock S6 vs Roomba i7: What You Really Need to Know

Roborock continues to separate from the Xiaomi brand and push the robot cleaner market to new heights. In the meantime, the Roomba line continues to dominate with impressive technology and new configurations. The Roborock S6 attempts to capture a piece of the Roomba i7 market for itself.

A side-by-side comparison of Roborock S6 vs Roomba i7.

Roomba 695 Review – A Reliable Robot Vacuum on a Budget

It is no secret that even budget-friendly Roomba models are lack-luster in their feature offerings. In order to save you money, the robots are stripped of the more expensive items. The Roomba 600 series continues to drop in price, making it more attractive to first-time robot vacuum owners.

The Roomba 695 pictured alongside a smartphone showing Roomba's mobile app interface.