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Ecovacs introduces new robot vacuum cleaner with smart navigation technology

Ecovacs has launched the Deebot 900 robot vacuum cleaner that boasts intelligent mapping abilities, wireless app controls and voice activation technologies.

The robot vacuum is compatible with Google Home and Amazon Alexa, and full remote control of all cleaning process via an app. Using wi-fi technology. The app allows the vacuum to be controlled from anywhere in the world, as well as schedule and monitor the cleaning.

The vacuum’s mapping and navigation technology allows users to customize the floor cleaning by dividing the house into zones and restricting the robot to specific areas. It can scan, map and plan an effective cleaning paths. The technology allows for up to 50 virtual boundaries.

With 100 minutes of battery life, the robot sense when the battery is low and automatically returns to its changing dock before resuming cleaning in the area that it left.

It has an interchangeable inlet system and adaptive sensors to tackle various flooring surfaces from bare floors to carpeted floors. It also has an anti-drop sensor for cleaning around stairs. The new max cleaning mode has 70 percent power boost for removing stubborn dirt.

The robot vacuum has a noise level of 66 decibels in standard mode. The average vacuum cleaner ranges between 63 and 72 decibels.

Available in Australia from Harvey Norman and Bing Lee.

ecovacs.com/au

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