Dream L10s Ultra
The robot vacuum market is particularly competitive this year, because in addition to the well-known big players, more and more smaller robot vacuum manufacturers are entering the high-end sector. The new Dreame L10s Ultra, which combines the most desired features in one device, has potential for the vacuum robot throne.
The Dreame L10s Ultra could already be inspected at the IFA.
High suction power, rotating mops
Nowadays, a good vacuum robot has to be able to do much more than just “suck”. For many households, a wiping function is at least as important as good suction properties. This is exactly where the Dreame L10s Ultra tries to combine the best technologies currently available.
First and foremost is a high suction power of 5300 Pascal to suck up even stubborn dirt on carpets and hard floors. Instead of a bristle roller, a rubber brush is used, in which hair is less likely to get caught and can be removed more easily.
Experience has shown that rubber rollers are easier to maintain.
The Dreame L10s Ultra supplements vacuuming with a wiping function with two rotating mops. The big advantage over the competition with the same wiping technology is the automatic carpet recognition. If a carpet edge is driven over, the vacuum robot lifts its mops by 7 millimeters. Vacuuming and wiping are therefore possible in parallel without the wet mops touching the carpet.
The wiping pads are simply lifted up on carpet edges.
Automatic cleaning station
Dreame realizes a cleaning process that is as uninterrupted as possible with the help of the all-in-one cleaning station. At the end of a cleaning process, the vacuum robot navigates back to the station, where the 350 milliliter dust container is emptied into a larger 3 liter dust bag by suction from the side. Annoying tapping over the trash can is no longer necessary.
Water tanks and dust containers are separated from each other.
However, the cleaning station has even more to offer. Inside there are two 2,5 liter water tanks for clean and dirty water. If the 80 milliliter water tank of the vacuum robot is empty, it can be refilled automatically at the fresh water station and the cleaning can continue. The fresh water tank is enough to clean an area of 200 square meters. At the end of the cleaning process, the dirty mops are cleaned over the base plate of the station and even dried with hot air.
AI and 3D navigation
To navigate, the Dreame L10s Ultra uses a laser distance sensor, infrared sensors and an RGB camera. With the RGB camera, the vacuum robot can even detect small objects or obstacles such as e.g. B. Identify and avoid cables, shoes or toys lying around. In addition, the camera can also be used for room surveillance. A live image can be accessed via the app, subject to local privacy laws.
Smart control via app and voice command (Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant).
From the collected data, the artificial intelligence of the vacuum robot creates a 3D room map with room outlines, obstacles drawn in and information on the condition of the floor, which is used to suggest an ideal cleaning sequence.
Price and availability
The Dreame L10s Ultra including cleaning station is available at a price of 1.199 euros (RRP). At the market launch, the vacuum robot will be available from September 15 for a short time at the exclusive special price of 1.099 euros (RRP).
Source: Press Release