Ecovacs Deepoo Slim and Mini vacuum cleaner robots

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Ecovacs Deepoo CR100

Our friends at Kelrobot.fr have recently discovered that Ecovacs is expanding its product portfolio with a few new vacuum cleaning robots. Both of the two vacuum cleaners are entry level models, lacking the main bristle brush bar on the bottom. They pull the dust and debris towards the suction opening on the bottom of the device by two side brushes. This has an advantage in maintenance because hair will not get tangled around the brush bar, but without that brush the robot will be limited to cleaning hard surfaces. In addition to the vacuum suction both robots can hold a disposable cleaning cloth to collect residual dust from the floor. Both robots sport a special light sensor that allows them to finish cleaning in a well lit part of the room so the robot can be found easily.

Neither robots have an LCD display, a docking station or any kind of user interface beyond the simple on/off switch.

Ecovacs Deepoo (Deebot) Slim CR110

The Slim CR110 model is a lightly squared shape robot with an ultra low profile. The 4.7 cm (1.85 in) height allows it to roam under sofas and other furniture where other robots and regular cleaning utensils won't fit. The robot is much lighter than its competitors (1.8 kg - 4 lb), and it is 30 cm (11.8 in) wide and 30 cm long what is very similar to other commercially available robots. Dust is collected in a 0.2 l (6.7 fl oz) dust bin while the air is screen by the regular cotton filter. The bult in Ni-MH battery powers the Slim CR110 for 60 minutes between charges. The company's Chinese web site reveals that the Slim CR110 is available in not less than 6 colors on 4 different model numbers (CEN30, CR110, CR111 and CR112).

Ecovacs Deepoo (Deebot) Mini CR100

The Mini CR100 has a very similar feature set, but instead of being slim, it is much smaller in diameter. The robot's height is know to be 7.8 cm height (what is more or less the same as the slimmer regular vacuum cleaner robots), but the exact diameter was not specified. As a result of the higher body this robot uses a 0.3 l (10 fl oz) dust bin to collect dirt. The smaller diameter would allow the Mini CR100 to wander into narrower areas than most of its competitors.

Both robots will be on display at IFA in Berlin, where I will report from.

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