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Roborock S7 is not your typical robot vacuum cleaner


Robot vacuum cleaners aren’t exactly new and for the most part, they do a pretty good job of sweeping up dust. The advantage to these robots is that you can set it on a schedule and ensure that your house is clean and your floors dust-free every single day. That being said, if you’ve done any housework yourself, you know that vacuuming isn’t enough.

Mopping the floors is also part of the cleaning process, but most robot vacuum cleaners don’t offer that feature, at least not until the new Roborock S7. This is the company’s latest robot cleaner which comes with the ability to mop the floor and help scrub out stubborn stains that might have dried out.

This is thanks to the built-in sonic vibration technology that the company claims will do a better job at cleaning the floors and removing dried-on stains. It also uses ultrasonic sensing technology to recognize surfaces like carpets, so that when it does, it will be able to lift the mop section up.

The intelligent mop lifting feature will also help prevent the robot from leaving behind any stains or streaks once it’s done cleaning. The S7 will come with an accompanying app that lets users set the intensity of the cleaning and monitor its routes.

In addition, the S7 will play nicely with various digital assistants like Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri, so that users can control it with their voice. There will also be a built-in 5,200mAh battery that the company claims will allow it to clean for three hours per charge.

If this sounds like the robot cleaner of your dreams, the Roborock S7 will be available for purchase on the 24th of March for $649.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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