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DreameBot L10s Ultra automates the cleaning of your home


Robot vacuum cleaners are all the rage these days and it’s not hard to see why. After all, isn’t it better to get a robot vacuum to clean your home versus doing it yourself? If you’re in the market for a new robot vacuum, then perhaps you might want to take a look at the DreameBot L10s Ultra which was unveiled at IFA 2022.

Like most robot vacuum cleaners, the DreameBot L10s Ultra has the ability to vacuum and mop at the same time, thanks to self-dampening mop heads that users can attach to the robot, saving users the time from having to dampen the mop heads themselves. The mop heads can also spin at 180 RPM, and the vacuum cleaner has a suction power of 5,300Pa, meaning that it should be pretty effective at both vacuuming and mopping.

The DreameBot L10s Ultra also has a docking station that houses both clean water, dirty water, and a dustbag. This means that when the robot is done cleaning, it can go back to the dock by itself and empty out the trash. The docking station will also be able to wash the mops and refill it with clean water, and there are also built-in grooves in the dock that will be used to scrub the mop heads to get any dirt or debris that might still be stuck to it.

The robot vacuum is also capable of 3D mapping an entire home and with the built-in AI system, it will be able to gauge how much power it needs and adjust itself accordingly. It can also detect obstacles around it so you don’t need to pick things off the floor first before letting it loose in your home.

If the DreameBot L10s Ultra sounds like the vacuum cleaner of your dreams, then you might be interested to learn that it will be available for purchase towards the end of September where it will retail for $1,399.

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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