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Pros: Powerful suction, picks up dust, hair, dirt particles better than Roomba.
Cleaning schematics are very good. Cleans very close to walls, corners and furniture.
Cleans fast, like I would clean, straight overlapping lines.
HEPA filter to block out allergens
Easy to remove brush roll to remove hair.
Could setup schedule cleaning.
It does returns to its charging base when battery is low, then goes back to cleaning.
Cons: Too many bugs/errors on a finished product.
-‘My vision was blocked. Please press OKAY (3000)’
-‘Please press OK to restart. Battery issue (0002).’
-‘Cleaning suspended while charging’ in middle of room away from charger.
-‘Please wait while I recover my position’. I waited and it failed to recover its position.
Even under warranty you will have to pay to get the unit repair.
Batteries do not whole charge and degrade very fast.
Sometimes it cannot find recharging station right in front of it.
It get stuck by itself in the middle of a room and start going in circles like a drunk.
It could clean better with edge cleaning brush to reach corners and floor edge.
It should come with a remote control or a way to control it with an app.
Taller than Roomba so it might not be able to clean under some furniture (sofa).
Other Thoughts: If you review this machine during the first months you will give 4 or 5 stars.
I waited several months to post a review since it appears that after 4 months or so bugs start to show up.
I purchased this unit so my wife would clean less during her pregnancy. Well it did not last so I became the vacuum.
Roomba is more reliable unit.
If you could get it for less that 100 bucks.
Have been using the same model in a HP laptop without issues.
As fast as other more expensive units when performing daily tasks (Booting system, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Acrobat, browsing, file searching, etc.).
Cons: It couldn't install itself. :)
Other Thoughts: What a difference a SSD makes. No longer RAM is the poor men performance booster.
This 4-year old Optiplex 760 with a dual-core Pentium and 2 GB of RAM runs faster on most daily tasks, than a brand new Optiplex 9020 with more RAM and faster quad-core CPU.
Pros: -Light output equal to a 26w spiral CFLs but it uses 6.5 watts...I can feel them $aving energy already.
-Four of these LED bulbs use as much energy as 1 CFL bulb.
-I like that it is not as white as the Collection LEDs I purchased previously.
-Very good size, it doesn't stick out of the top of chandelier.
Cons: -The base gets hot, as hot as the CFL the they replaced.
-Higher price than incandescent or CFL bulbs
Other Thoughts: The GE spirals CFLs I replaced lasted more than 5 yeras so I do hope this LED will last at least twice as long....time will tell.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Jose S.
Date Joined: 04/18/05
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