Dyson 360 Eye arrives for Japanese customers

26 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum Cleaner Launched In Japan.

Infrared sensors stop it bumping into furniture and users can set its cleaning schedule on a smartphone app – allowing them to start a clean even when out of the house.Dyson is well known for its fair share of rather nifty devices – bladeless fans, fast hand dryers and powerful vacuum cleaners especially, and as we talked about the Dyson 360 Eye robot vacuum cleaner last year, her we are with word that this robot vacuum cleaner has just been launched in the Land of the Rising Sun. The 360 Eye will be available from Dyson’s flagship Omotesando store in Tokyo from this Friday (October 23rd) before hitting stores nationwide the following Monday.

Dyson follows Miele, Samsung and LG into the robotic vacuum cleaning sector, but the company claims its 360-degree camera – which can see all around the room at once – is unique. ‘Vision, combined with our high speed digital motor and cyclone technology, is the key to achieving a high performing robot vacuum – a genuine labour saving device.’ Nick Schneider, a robotics design engineer at the firm, said: ‘This is a good example of how we will not release a technology until we are sure it will be a really high performer. ‘We were going to release the DC06 in 2001 but we decided to start again. The key word here is “some,” as Dyson said that the vacuum cleaner will start rolling out in other worldwide markets “from next year onward”; no specific markets or timeframes were disclosed. The brush bar, which extends to full width of the machine, uses patented carbon fibre technology to remove fine dust on hard floors and has stiff nylon bristles to agitate and clean carpets. The digital motor within can spin up to 78,000 revolutions per minute, and it is also touted to generate the highest suction power for any robotic vacuum.

The company says it also had to teach the robo-vac not to fall down genkan — a traditional Japanese entryway where shoes are removed and that are usually a step lower than the rest of the floor. It also detects objects and avoids obstacles ahead using proximity and infrared sensors Dyson’s robotic vacuum cleaner enters a market currently dominated by Roomba which makes circular autonomous cleaners.

Other features include Dyson’s Radial Root Cyclone system, which captures the tiniest particles – even pollen and mold – due to its high centrifugal force. The vacuum has “continuous tank tracks” in lieu of wheels, which help improve its traction and make it a more accurate machine regardless of the type of floor.

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