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Dyson’s robot vacuum is available in Japan for $1200 | Yahoo Finance

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22 October 2015



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When we saw the Dyson 360 Eye at IFA 2014, we were kind of mesmerized. Sixteen years in the making, it was the robot vacuum you’d expect from Dyson. Over a year later, the bot vac is finally getting a release date — in Japan. The price clocks in at around $1,243, well above iRobot’s newest $900 Roomba, the connected 980. The thing is, the features that impressed us a year ago have already been incorporated into other vacuums. The Samsung PowerBot also has a camera pointed at the ceiling to help




Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large
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