The new Dyson 360 Eye robot vacuum cleaner has a unique 360 degree vision system that allows it to triangulate its location by scouting the room with a camera Eye. So it knows where it is, where it’s been and where it’s still needs to clean. Comes with powerful suction yet it’s light and small. That suction power is due to using digital pulse technology or digital motors to enable it to spin at up to 78,000 rpm to create powerful suction. The same cyclone technology that has made Dyson the leading vacuum is also inside the robot vacuum but with a more compact design. The brush also is an integral part of the improved design as it runs across the full width of the machine creating a larger cleaning area. One big area where many autonomous vacuums have had issues with, is being able to climb uneven and raised areas which may stop them from continuing the job or getting off course. However, the Dyson 360 is the only robot vacuum with continuous tank tracks that allows it to climb these uneven and raised areas to finish the job.
Available for free on IOS and Android platforms is the Dyson Link app that allows you to control and schedule how and when your Dyson 360 Eye robot vacuum cleans. It enables you to view maps of cleaning progress, even when you’re not at home. The Dyson 360 Eye robot vacuum cleaner goes on sale next spring, first in Japan and then worldwide. The price is not available at this time.
See the new Dyson 360 Eye robot vacuum cleaner in action