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Ryobi AIRgrip Vacuum Holds Laser Level to Wall

October 17, 2004 The Ryobi AIRgrip laser level is a first-of-its-kind product that uses patented AIRgrip vacuum technology to affix itself to walls without marring surfaces. The AIRgrip laser level went on sale this month in the US for US$39.97. The AIRgrip laser level uses a small battery-powered motor to create a vacuum on the bottom of a rubber base so that it can stick to painted walls, glass, untreated drywall, most wallpaper and many other non-porous surfaces.  Read More

Dyson's Robot Vacuum Cleaner - the DC06

June 3, 2004 - The long awaited days when robots do the household chores are considerably closer with the arrival of the Dyson DC06; an autonomous robotic vacuum cleaner that will clean all floor surfaces at the push of a button. Capable of 'learning' the layout of a room without and navigating safely around unforseen obstacles, the DC06 is 5% vacuum cleaner and 95% robotic intelligence.  Read More

Electrolux Trilobite Robotic Vacuum Cleaner v2.0

Electrolux, the first company to bring a robotic vacuum cleaner to market in the Trilobite, has released the first second generation vacuum, the Trilobite 2.0. The new Trilobite 2.0 can be programmed to clean at a particular time, has an active infra-red stair sensor and improved navigation algorithm.  Read More

Cyking Vacuum Cleaner - no dirtbags

The LG CYKING is an innovative new vacuum cleaner that does not require a dust bag. With five air filters, including an 'optical catalytic filter' that removes germs from the air circulating within the machine, the Cyking traps all airborne pneumonia bacilli, staphylo-coccus aureus, colon bacilli and dust mites that are commonly found throughout living areas. This is particularly of benefit to asthma and allergy sufferers. The Cyking comes in two models, a silver model with 'fuzzy logic' controls (RRP$799) and a blue standard model (RRP$699).  Read More

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