With the chimes of hi-tech technology sounding in the far corners of our domestic circuit, robotic vacuum cleaners have seem to create a niche for themselves. In this regard, we harped about the advanced Kobold VR100 back in last year’s December. And now, we have once again come across another state-of-the-art vacuum cleaner in the form of RYDIS MR6550. This robotic conception was developed by Korean company Moneual, and as expected the stakes are even higher with more progressive attributes.
Marketed towards the whole range of modern families starting from young couples to seniors, the creators start off by saying that the ergonomically circular RYDIS MR6550 is composed from sturdy yet eco friendly materials. However, other than just the low environmental impact features, it is the set of core functions of the machine driven by technology that tickles our fancy. One of such exclusive usages is defined by the automatic cleaning mode of the bantam 13.6-inch (dia) x 3.23-inch (height) vacuum cleaner. This mode entails the device to choose the most efficient path of cleaning and also automatic charging (if required by the machine). There are a slew of other automatic cleaning modes including a concentrated path, a corner oriented path and a timer oriented mode where the machine starts off at a fixed time.
On the other hand, the technological attributes of the vacuum cleaner are also worthy of mentioning. In this regard, the creators tout their advanced BLDC suction motor to have a whopping 10 times more operational lifetime than conventional DC motors. This is complemented by an effective filter capable of rounding up 99.5 percent of allergens per vacuum cycle. Finally, the main hi-tech component of the whole contraption is obviously its built-in ‘intelligence’, fueled by a smart sensor system. This comprehensive feature not only guides the machine in its automated modes, but also acts as a safety oriented entity that saves the RYDIS MR6550 from colliding and scratching against furniture or walls.