Dyson is well known for its fair share of rather nifty devices – bladeless fans, fast hand dryers and powerful vacuum cleaners especially, and as we talked about the Dyson 360 Eye robot vacuum cleaner last year, her we are with word that this robot vacuum cleaner has just been launched in the Land of the Rising Sun. Basically, if you happen to drop by Dyson’s store in Tokyo in addition to other stores across Japan, you can pick this bad boy up.
Dyson has also shed more light on the worldwide launch, citing that the 360 Eye will roll out in various parts of the world from next year onward. For folks living in Japan, the Dyson Eye 360 robot vacuum cleaner will cost close to $1,200 after conversion, and this would clearly catapult it to the top of the most expensive robot vacuum cleaners in the market.
Touted to be a rather ‘tall’ device that will also be accompanied by a generous sized collection bin, it is able to check out its immediate surroundings and perform constant analysis, so that it will be able to get the cleaning done as soon as possible and in the most efficient manner its algorithm tells it to do. The digital motor within can spin up to 78,000 revolutions per minute, and it is also touted to generate the highest suction power for any robotic vacuum.