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South Korea tech giant company Samsung has unveiled a new robot vacuum that you can control with your voice so far as you own an Amazon Echo speaker. Hence it means the robot vacuum works alongside with Amazon Echo speaker which makes this vacuum interesting and fun to use.

“The POWER botTM VR7000’s Edge Clean Master feature enables the unit to come within a ½ inch (15mm) of the wall. This is achieved by placing the unit’s wide 11 inches (288mm) brush — the widest among leading brands — close to the front, so when the unit reaches the wall it can easily gather dust and hair. Additionally, the Auto Shutter feature further meets that demand by automatically dropping down a barrier to help the unit sweep up more dust collected closer to the edges”- Samsung.

Samsung continues to point out that, “the Intelligent Power Control feature automatically adjusts the level of suction power, optimising cleaning functions according to surface type. For instance, when it moves from a hardwood floor onto a carpet or rug, the motor adjusts suction power to the surface for optimal performance. And like so many of Samsung’s home appliances, the POWERbot VR7000 is IoT-ready, and fully controllable remotely by an app. From a smartphone or other mobile device, users can start or stop the machine, schedule cleaning times, and check the cleaning history. In addition, POWERbot VR7000 is compatible with Amazon Echo so consumers can control it using voice commands”.

Samsung didn’t reveal the price tag of the device but it will show off during the consumer Electronics Show (CES) from January 5 to January 8, 2017.

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Source: |Samsung |

Via: | Engadget |

Image Credit: | Engadget |

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