From cleaning up after frisky pets to adding an extra touch of security to your home, the Samsung Jet Bot 90 AI+ is a convincing new addition to the robot vacuum market.
A robot vacuum is far more compact and functional than the traditional kind, making floor-cleaning across the household a less dreadful task. By letting homeowners kick back as the device itself hoovers nasty dust and debris up for them, it is no doubt a tempting buy. One of 2021’s upcoming enticements is the Samsung Jet Bot 90 AI+, expected to launch later this year.
Quality robotic vacuums often have the following characteristics in common: long-lasting rechargeable batteries, strong suction power, the ability to be managed by smartphone apps or voice-control, and high-functioning sensors that keep the machine from running into unnecessary collisions and accidents with various objects or areas of the house.
As TechRadar notes, at the CES 2021, Samsung unveiled its newest upcoming robot vacuum model (the Samsung Jet Bot 90 AI+), announcing that it has been designed to utilize AI technology in order to safeguard accurate home navigation.
How much will the Samsung Jet Bot 90 AI+ cost?
The Samsung Powerbot VR7000, the brand’s currently available robot vacuum, was announced first at the CES 2017 for a starting price of $499 than can go up to $899. The range’s models’ pricing is affected by varying levels of suction power, brush softness, and included accessories.
Based off its predecessor’s cost, the unlaunched Samsung Jet Bot 90 AI+ may presumably be priced from $499-$899 as well, again depending on exactly what type of different models are produced, and how many there will be. There could be some inflation, though that is not likely to affect the price too drastically.
The tech giant will probably launch this new robot vacuum by late August or early September this year, considering that it is now June and Samsung initially claimed that the product would be released in the middle of the year.
If it weren’t for safety issues brought about by the global pandemic, Samsung would have announced its newest small appliances at the IFA trade show that takes place in September in Berlin, Germany. When the occasion failed to push through last year, the tech giant hosted a virtual event of its own; Life Unstoppable. Because this year’s IFA has been cancelled as well, it is likely that Samsung will follow the same steps it took in 2020.
All robotic vacuums out there have one specialty in common: beating traditional vacuum cleaners in terms of ease. Though the Samsung Jet Bot 90 AI+ looks like it’s going to be a great new investment for homeowners who like to simplify their cleaning routine, two other options you might want to look at are the ILIFE V8s 2-in-1 Mopping Robot Vacuum and the iRobot Roomba 675 Robot Vacuum.