Dreame Technology to Showcase Flagship Smart Home Cleaning Products
“CES is the world’s most influential technology event to showcase cutting-edge technologies and breakthrough products, and it enables more consumers to experience the benefits and convenience of technological advancement,” said Yu hao, founder and CEO of Dreame. “As a technology-centric company, Dreame is committed to equipping modern households with smart devices, helping consumers create a convenient and comfortable lifestyle.”
As the first vacuum to break the $ 1.5 million crowdfunding record on Indiegogo last September, the T20 vacuum can generate up to 150 AW of suction power with a 125 high-speed motor. 000 rpm. The intelligent adaptive suction power can automatically detect different types of floors and change the suction power accordingly.
The top-of-the-line D9 robot vacuum from Dreame comes with 14 revolutionary upgrades for an unparalleled cleaning experience. The D9 features a new navigation laser distance sensor (LDS) and intelligent simultaneous location and mapping (SLAM) algorithm for more efficient path planning. The robot can recognize the room space and create visual maps in an app, allowing users to manage and monitor the cleaning process.
Dreame will be launching the T30 vacuum cleaner this year, a rugged model with a high-speed 150,000 rpm motor, as well as the T10 cordless vacuum cleaner and the L10 pro robot vacuum.
“Dreame will introduce more innovative consumer products to the smart home cleaning industry by exploring endless possibilities in technology. Our mission is to bring powerful cleaning technology to more people around the world, ”said Yu hao.
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Founded in 2015, Dreame Technology, an innovative consumer product brand with a vision to improve the quality of life for users around the world with a focus on high performance cleaning devices.
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