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Dreame Technology is the next robot vacuum maker you should know about

Dreame Technology has announced the launch of a dream team of household cleaning appliances, just in time for spring cleaning (the products will be available in May).

In a market saturated by many players, Dreame Technology looks to follow a path similar to that of other home life companies like Eufy and Roborock — both of which first saw success by delivering ultra-affordable robot vacuums. With the launch of these new products, Dreame Technology is positioning itself as the next robot vacuum maker you should be aware about.

The Dreame Bot L10 Pro is Dreame’s new robot vacuum and mop in one. With incredibly powerful suction, a brushless motor from Nidec, and four different suction modes, the L10 Pro should be able to handle any cleaning situation it comes across during its 2.5 hour runtime. The L10 Pro uses 3D environment mapping for improved navigation, as well as intelligent object recognition and avoidance. In other words, no more rescuing the robot vac from that ledge it somehow got caught on.

The L10 Pro can be controlled through Amazon Alexa, while its standard app allows you to plan routes and clean specific areas. It boasts a 270ml water tank, giving it the capacity to clean much larger spaces. It also has smart water control. What this means is that it won’t spray your carpet or rugs with water — it can detect when it is on hardwood and when it isn’t and spray as appropriate. The L10 Pro can swap between vacuuming and mopping at a moment’s notice, allowing for simultaneous cleaning.

Dreame is also releasing the Dreame T30, a new cordless stick vacuum with an ultra-high-speed motor. A cordless stick vacuum is a great addition to a robot vac, as it lets you clean areas the robot vacuum can’t go — like stairways or small spaces.

Two other models of the Dreame Bot — the Z10 Pro and the W10 — are also slated for launch in the United States later this year, but launch windows and prices have not yet been finalized. The Z10 Pro boasts improved navigation over the L10 Pro,as well as an auto-emptying dustbin. The W10 can sweep, mop, and vacuum a floor, and also automatically dries the dirty mops at the end of its cycle.

The Dreame Bot L10 Pro will be available starting May 1 with a promotional price of $360, after which the price increases to $420. The Dreame T30 will also be available on May first for $400, after which its price settles at $430.

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