Daily Deal: Samsung POWERbot Star Wars Robot Vacuum

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With the ability to intelligently avoid obstacles, clean corners, and make dust disappear on any surface, we wouldn’t blame you for thinking the POWERbot uses the Force to tidy up your living space. This Star Wars-themed vacuum combines Visionary Mapping technology with a FullView Senso to map the layout of your home and intelligently avoid obstacles. It boasts 20 times the suction power of its predecessor and automatically adjusts its suction power for any surface?all the while responding to commands with your favorite sound effects from the movies. The price has dropped from $372 to $350.

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Anonymous Coward says:

Re: Stoerm Troopers

About as effective as an Imperial Stormtrooper – all show and no blow. Normal vacuum cleaners have around 1000 – 1500 watt motors. This Star Wars Robot Vacuum has a 10 watt motor, which is (speculatively I must admit) far less sucking power than Stormy Danials with a busted lip.

http://energyusecalculator.com/electricity_vacuum.htm

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