Dirt Sensing Vacuum Will Tell You If Your Floor Is Clean
Sep 05, 2013 17:47
Samsung's new Motion Sync vac will be able to tell where you need to vacuum around your house. Using the company's tried-and-true dust sensing technology that monitors the amount of particles being drawn into the vacuum's storage chamber, the Motion Sync will report the conditions under foot and if it is clean, you get a green light, but if it needs a few more sucks, you'll see red.
The vacuum's canister also has a set of oversized wheels angled at the top to prevent it from rolling over every corner. They thought of everything now didn't they? [Samsung via Fareastgizmos]
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