Moneual MR7700 and MR6500

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Moneual booth at IFA

Korean robot vacuum cleaner manufacturer Moneual had two products on demonstration in Berlin The Moneual MR7700 seems to be the successor (or the renamed version) of the Moneual Rydis R750 that was annonced at CES in 2011, and like its predecessor, it is one of the slimmest floor cleaning robot out there with its height being only 8 cm. Moneual distinguishes its products from competing robots with the BLDC (brushless) vacuum motor and the lithium-iron phosphate battery. The brushless motor design promises better performance, longer lifetime and less noisy operation, while the LiFePo4 batteries can be recharged approximately 1000 times, significantly more than that of the Ni-CD or Li-Ion batteries. Although the MR7700 uses gyro sensor and accelerometer to monitor the movement of the robot and claims to have mapping functionality, it still seems to be a randomly moving robot. It uses two side brushes and a main brush bar on the bottom of the robot, and it collects dust in its extra large, 0.8 liter (27 fl oz) dust bin. The battery can be recharged in an hour and runs for approximately the same amount of time on normal suction or for 40 minutes in high power mode.

The other model on display was the Moneual MR6500, dubbed as hybrid robot cleaner. The nick name comes from the fact, that an additional micro-fiber cloth can be attached to the bottom of the device to mop hard surface floors after vacuuming. The robot runs on the same battery and motor technology as the MR7700, and both devices switch to high power mode when going under furniture or other hard to access darker areas.

Moneual MR6500
Moneual MR6500
Moneual MR6500
Moneual MR6500
Moneual MR6500
Moneual MR6500
Moneual MR6500
Moneual MR7700

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