Dyson is back with some updates to its three-year-old robot vacuum, the 360 Eye. The 360 Heurist was announced in Beijing today, and it brings new features like a quad-core 1.4GHz processor and eight LEDs around the top camera to help guide it in dark rooms, according to Engadget.
The new processor is said to be 20 times faster than its predecessor, which helps the machine pick up 60 percent more details about its environment. This, in turn, is supposed to help the robot avoid bumping into furniture by 50 percent. In addition to a higher nylon bristle count, Dyson also claims the vacuum has 20 percent more suction power than the original 360 Eye, although both use the same 78,000 rpm Dyson V2 digital motor.
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