Most people don’t know that the first automatic vacuum cleaner called Trilobite was already presented in 1997 by the swedish company Electrolux. And even Dyson, the market leader for vacuums, released their own robot in 2001. But in either cases the price or the time wasn’t right yet. It wasn’t until 2002 when iRobot shook up the technology world with the Roomba, a robotic vacuum that finally raised public awareness for this particular niche. The latter model also made it in our list of the best of the best…
The Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum cleaner launched in U.S. earlier this week. However, iRobot Stock price rises, despite the new competition on the market. The Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum cleaner launched in the U.S. earlier this week on the 1st of August. Made available in July on the Canadian market, the new robotic vacuum […]
In development for over 18 years, Dyson’s 360 Eye is finally here! According to the company’s owner Mike Aldred, the autonomous vacuum has surpassed its competition in the face of iRobot’s Roomba. But is that the case? After an R&D process that took 18 years and needed as much as $56 million of investment, Dyson’s […]
Robotic Vacuums: Neato Robotics vs. iRobot Roomba Robotic vacuums continue to enjoy a great deal of popularity, with new models and more features being added every year. With so many brands and features available for purchase, it can take some time to navigate the information and specifications to determine which robotic vacuum is the best […]
The 360 Eye, the very first automated vacuum cleaner has been unveiled by Dyson after 16 years of extensive research in robotics and developments in the field. A press event held in Tokyo last September worked as the platform for revealing the Dyson 360 by the CEO and founder of the company, James Dyson. He claimed the device to be the foremost vacuum cleaner that is robotic yet not a gimmick.