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WINBOT X – Robot vacuum cleaner moves onto windows

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Ecovacs Robotics has announced the WINBOT X, the first cordless consumer vacuum cleaner that does … windows.“The WINBOT X represents the next evolution in window cleaning technology. By removing the power cord, the robot is able to move freely across the surface it is cleaning, regardless of whether or not the window has a frame,” said David Qian, President of the International Business Unit at ECOVACS ROBOTICS.FEATURES:

  • Wireless Movement – enabling the WINBOT X to clean a larger area without being redeployed, and look after high windows
  • Automatically Chooses Smartest Path – the WINBOT X determines the best cleaning path to take it across the glass, navigating the space intelligently to move freely and avoid getting trapped
  • Multi-Stage Cleaning Process – the 4-stage process focuses on the space beneath the robot in automatic cleaning mode, while Deep Clean mode ensures the surface is revisited a second time as part of the process. Advanced fan technology and edge detection technology ensures the space is fully cleaned, while the WINBOT X will also finish where it starts.

The Safe Tether System ensures that WINBOT X will stay safe if it detaches. If there is a problem, the system will sound a warning and the tether will retract. This system protects the WINBOT X during outdoor as well as indoor cleaning.We can’t wait to try this when released mid-year in Australia.No price yet.

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CES 2018 Vuzix Blade AR glasses are the real deal

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They work and look like real glasses.

The Vuzix Blade Augmented Reality glasses proved to be a big hit at CES 2018.

And … they’ll be available this year.

Image Matrix Tech Editor Djuro Sen reports.

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Don’t sweat the small stuff: Jabra’s two-year life proof warranty

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Headphone maker – Jabra – showcased three new wireless products at CES 2018.The new Elite products come with a two-year warranty against dust and water ingress (two years for the Elite Active 65t also including sweat ingress).

Elite 45e: The Elite 45e is for users who want the best combined voice and music experience in a headset with a discreet design and a great fit. This soft neckband (with memory wire) headset has a lightweight form factor and a unique box microphone solution that delivers the clearest voice communication on any stereo wireless headphone.

Elite 65t:  The Elite 65t is a third generation true wireless earbud aimed at those who want the best voice and music experience without wires. It is engineered to ensure a stable wireless connection and best call and voice quality. The 65t includes one-touch access to Siri®, and Google Now™, new integration for Amazon Alexa on-the-go and has up to 15 hours of battery life (with cradle).

Elite Active 65t: .The Jabra Elite Active 65t is for those who want the features of the Elite 65t, while being able to use the earbuds in a sports or training setting. The earbuds have enhanced grip, through special coating, integrated accelerometer for tracking features and IP56 sweat, water and dust certification. The Elite Active 65t has five hours of listening time on one charge with two additional charges in the cradle.

Amazon Alexa on-the-go.

Alexa is directly accessible from the earbuds. You can ask to play music, hear the news, check weather, control smart home devices, and much more. Elite 65t delivers a 4-microphone array and superior sound.

Availability

Jabra Elite 65t will be available in Australia and New Zealand from March.

Jabra Elite Active 45e and Jabra Elite Active 65t will be available in Australia and New Zealand in mid-2018.

Find out more from Jabra.

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CES 2018 – Drones and water

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Water and drones usually don’t mix but at CES there’s a drone for everything.Image Matrix Tech editor Djuro Sen reports.

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