The robot vacuum is not a new tech gadget, it’s been around for a fair amount of time. But the technology that goes into a robot vacuum has evolved and gotten better over the years. Innovations in LiDAR and other mapping technologies have made them more efficient and precise. Now, the MIGO Ascender is raising the bar and bringing something new to the robot vacuum world.
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The MIGO Ascender is the world’s first stair-climbing robot vacuum capable of climbing and cleaning stairs without assistance. The MIGO Ascender has a two-in-one design, so you get both vacuuming and mopping capabilities.
LiDAR + Vision Transformer Based AI Solution brings environment sensing and reconstruction ability. MIGO says that the square design of this robot helps it to tackle tough messes with little effort. The suction power of the Ascender is 6,000PA, and the scrubbers move at 3,500 times a minute. Here are some of the features to expect on the Ascender:
- Map Layout
- Route Tracking
- Carpet Mode
- Spot Cleaning
- Scheduled Cleaning
- Voice Control
- Low Noise 57dB
- Covers up to 5,167 square feet
- MSRP is $1,399, but MIGO is offering it for pre-orders at $999
The MIGO Ascender is in the pre-order stages, and for $5, the company will take your pre-order, and the Ascender will cost $999. It’s certainly a cool gadget, though I’m not convinced it’s $999 worth of cool; you can make that determination for yourself.
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