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    iRobot’s Latest Roomba 980 Can Be Controlled From Your iPhone

    We’ve seen robot vacuums like the Neato Botvac Connected finally include Wi-Fi connectivity and smartphone control, but to date, there’s been one conspicuous holdout — iRobot, makers of the Roomba that put robot vacuums on the map in the first place. That changes today with the release of the Roomba 980, the major update since […]

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    Dyson DC59 Motorhead is their Most Powerful Upright Vac Yet

    Lightweight vacuums generally suck at carpets, and not in the good way. Dyson’s newest vacuum cleaner is aiming to fix that. The Dyson DC59 Motorhead, excusing its grievous lack of umlauts, looks to be a pretty solid vacuum. It’s a cordless upright vacuum, which would normally mean it’s built with hard surfaces in mind. Not […]

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    Dyson’s Newest Vacuum DC59 Cuts the Cord

    Dyson is back at it again with two updates to their growing line of powerful suctioning beasts. First up is the DC59 Animal, which is so much more than a cordless vacuum. This has the chops to go head to head with a traditional wired vac. The DC59 has been built to last 26 minutes […]

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    Would You Spend $1,299,440 on a Golden Vacuum Cleaner?

    What strikes me about this gold-plated vacuum cleaner isn’t really the gold part – it’s the fact that it’s been made to look like the cheap, old style of vacuum cleaner that usually ends up stuffed in a remote corner of the garage, with a frayed cord and probably a part or two missing.

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    Dyson Ball DC39 Multi Floor Vacuum Review

    The thought of canister vacuums often conjures up images of grandmothers lugging dead weight behind them as they perfect their footprint-less living rooms (…or maybe that’s just us). But when you think of Dyson, you probably think of smart, cutting-edge technology. Marry the two together, and you get the $449 Dyson Ball DC39 Multi Floor […]

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    iRobot 700 Series, Roomba 780 Review

    It has been a few years since iRobot released new models of their prestigious Roomba series vacuum cleaning robots. Well 2011 not only brings one, but three different Roomba’s in the all new 700 series. The Roomba 700 series was first announced late last year and now all three models (760, 770, and 780) of […]

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    iRobot Debuts Itsy Bitsy Scooba 230 Floor Washing Robot

    Well we knew that it was time for iRobot to dazzle us again with some new robotic friends, and at CES this week they will indeed be debuting the Scooba 230 Floor Washing Robot. This itsy bitsy floor washing robot is the smallest in the world at 3.5 inches tall and 6.5 inches in diameter. […]

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    Dyson DC26 Multi Floor Vacuum Review

    Sometimes a robot can’t do what good old fashioned manual labor can. The Neato XV-11, Roomba’s, Scooba’s, Mint, can be very convenient, yet cleaning steps or getting into nooks and crannies still require the traditional canister vacuum and all its accessories. And if you live in a small NYC apartment getting the right one that […]

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    Mint Automatic Floor Cleaner Review

    First there was the broom, then came the Swiffer. Then there was the Swiffer and then came Mint. Mint Automatic Floor Cleaner 4200 is a new robotic sweeper/mop, or what I like to call – a robotic Swiffer machine. First spotted at CES 2010, Mint by Evolution is an adorable bot that purrs like a […]

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    Neato XV-11 Vacuum Cleaning Robot Review

    Almost a year ago the Neato XV-11 vrroomed it’s way into CES and tried to wow us with its impressive robotic cleaning technology. It even appeared on many best gadgets of CES 2010 lists. However, after CES 2010 ended, months passed and we were almost certain that Neato would become vaporware since we didn’t hear […]

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    Dyson DC23 Turbinehead Review

    Dyson. The name alone brings to mind James Dyson for his silver locks, lush accent, and a dreamy vacuum. Yes, Dyson takes ordinary objects like vacuums, hand dryers, and fans and turns them into engineering masterpieces that have inspired a cult like following. With the Dyson DC23 Turbinehead, a more economical choice (if you think […]

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    Dyson DC31 Animal Handheld Vacuum Review

    The Dyson DC31 Animal could be considered the handheld version of the Dyson upright and canister vacuums. It too has the root technology that its other siblings have, along with powerful suction, and sensitivity to allergens too. I have used many a vacuum in my years on this earth: Hoover, Kenmore, Dirt Devil, Miele, iRobot […]